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# Here is one interesting thing that I came across long back

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Here is one interesting thing that I came across long back & wanted to mention it.

On CR to find out which part is evidence/premise & which part is the Conclusion. Use this...

Ask WHAT author is trying to prove --> Conclusion.
Ask WHY author is able to prove ---> Evidence.

Basically, WHAT & WHY test

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Re: CR ---> WHAT, WHY test [#permalink]

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09 Jul 2006, 07:50
vivek123 wrote:
Here is one interesting thing that I came across long back & wanted to mention it.

On CR to find out which part is evidence/premise & which part is the Conclusion. Use this...

Ask WHAT author is trying to prove --> Conclusion.
Ask WHY author is able to prove ---> Evidence.

Basically, WHAT & WHY test

Good point.
I actually find a lot of value in the "Denial Test". Any CR question, just try to deny the answer. If it does not make a difference in the context of the question, move on. Else, you found your answer. Try it on some questions.

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09 Jul 2006, 08:15
Good Point
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Trying hard to achieve something unachievable now....

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Re: CR ---> WHAT, WHY test [#permalink]

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09 Jul 2006, 11:18
mailtheguru wrote:
vivek123 wrote:
Here is one interesting thing that I came across long back & wanted to mention it.

On CR to find out which part is evidence/premise & which part is the Conclusion. Use this...

Ask WHAT author is trying to prove --> Conclusion.
Ask WHY author is able to prove ---> Evidence.

Basically, WHAT & WHY test

Good point.
I actually find a lot of value in the "Denial Test". Any CR question, just try to deny the answer. If it does not make a difference in the context of the question, move on. Else, you found your answer. Try it on some questions.

Absolutely

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Re: CR ---> WHAT, WHY test   [#permalink] 09 Jul 2006, 11:18
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