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# Elena and dogs

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27 Aug 2008, 18:46
Elena: While I was at the dog show, every dog that growled at me was a white poodle, and every white poodle I saw growled at me.

Which one of the following can be properly inferred from Elena’s statement?

(A) The only white dogs that Elena saw at the dog show were poodles.
(B) There were no gray poodles at the dog show.
(C) At the dog show, no gray dogs growled at Elena.
(D) All the white dogs that Elena saw growled at her.
(E) Elena did not see any gray poodles at the dog show.

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27 Aug 2008, 19:07
C.

A-perhaps white dogs= shepherds. Maybe there are some white dogs other than poodles that didn't growled at her.
B-It is clearly not inferable. perhaps there are some. Elena is interested in only the dogs that growled at her.
D- Only WHITE POODLES, not every white dogs growled at her.
E-perhaps she did. But she paid attention to only dogs that growled at her.
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27 Aug 2008, 19:23
hanumayamma wrote:
Elena: While I was at the dog show, every dog that growled at me was a white poodle, and every white poodle I saw growled at me.

Which one of the following can be properly inferred from Elena’s statement?

(A) The only white dogs that Elena saw at the dog show were poodles.
(B) There were no gray poodles at the dog show.
(C) At the dog show, no gray dogs growled at Elena.
(D) All the white dogs that Elena saw growled at her.
(E) Elena did not see any gray poodles at the dog show.

C. too..
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27 Aug 2008, 22:27
Yup C. All the other ones out with POE.

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