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Half of the subjects in an experiment the experimental group

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New post 12 Jan 2018, 18:01
niraj92 wrote:
Why B is correct?

The question is a strengthen question in earnest.

There is a logical correlation and causation gap that exist when you try to link the premise and the conclusion.

Anything that explains why amino acid in the conclusion inhibits cognitive function would add more credibility to the conclusion and hence strengthen it.

B does exactly that.

Hope this helps.

A Kudos for my worries would be appreciated :D
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