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05 Jun 2004, 20:11
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SVP
Joined: 30 Oct 2003
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Location: NewJersey USA

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06 Jun 2004, 05:20
I think (C) is an inherent assumption
Manager
Joined: 02 Jun 2004
Posts: 184
Location: Kiev, Ukraine

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06 Jun 2004, 06:04
Tricky, tricky, very tricky, but will go with A.
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Joined: 31 Jan 2004
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Location: Dallas Texas

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06 Jun 2004, 06:38
Tricky it is.
we are looking for the assumption that ties conclusion (C) to evidences(E)
C - Law creates happy families
E1 - Law to provide paid leave and cheap daycare
E2 - parents stressed out with little kids
more E2 (stress) less C ( unhappy families) and we need low E2(stress) more C (happy families)

Ans A - provides that connection
B - links in essence E1 and E2
C - out of scope
D- we dont know yet
E- out of scope
06 Jun 2004, 06:38
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