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05 Jun 2004, 20:08
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06 Jun 2004, 05:26
if (E) is right then I will explain.
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06 Jun 2004, 05:43
anandnk wrote:
if (E) is right then I will explain.

I agree with E.

The researcher's conclusion is based on:
1. mosquitoes carry the disease and transmit it to ppl by biting them
2. ppl who spend a lot of time indoors are at lesser risk of being bitten
3. TV watching facilitates the staying of ppl indoors

To strenghen the argument, E provides that the more people have TV sets, the more ppl spend time indoors [in front of TV sets], thereby lessening the exposure to encephalitis-bearing mosquitoes.
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06 Jun 2004, 06:42
The assumption the author makes is that the more TV sets there are in a country, the more time people spend watching them thus decreasing the time they would normally spend outdoors. Choice E supports this assumption.
06 Jun 2004, 06:42
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