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Dean: Anything that hinders the students hinders the University

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Dean: Anything that hinders the students hinders the University. Anything that hinders the University hinders the students. Therefore, the Senator's proposal, which includes a provision to restrict the employment of new professors, hinders the students.

The above argument depends logically on which of the following assumptions?

A) The Senator's proposal was designed to hinder the University.
B) Most professors at the University support the Senator's proposal.
C) The University will be unable to continue operation if the Senator's proposal is approved.
D) Educational institutions that are not universities also object to the Senator's proposal.
E) Restricting the employment of new professors would hinder the University.

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[quote="Harshgmat"]Dean: Anything that hinders the students hinders the University. Anything that hinders the University hinders the students. Therefore, the Senator's proposal, which includes a provision to restrict the employment of new professors, hinders the students.

The above argument depends logically on which of the following assumptions?

A) The Senator's proposal was designed to hinder the University.
B) Most professors at the University support the Senator's proposal.
C) The University will be unable to continue operation if the Senator's proposal is approved.
D) Educational institutions that are not universities also object to the Senator's proposal.
E) Restricting the employment of new professors would hinder the University.

If we negate the option E( Restricting the employment of new professors would not hinder the university) then the conclusion doesn't hold.

Choice E is correct

Please correct if I am wrong.this is my first attempt in negation.
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