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# I had this one correct but need explanations from you all. I

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I had this one correct but need explanations from you all. I [#permalink]

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I had this one correct but need explanations from you all. I just went by POE.

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10 Jul 2009, 05:57
I think you have posted the same question twice.
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14 Jul 2009, 10:19
yeah
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15 Jul 2009, 04:52
i dont think there is any need to explain why the ans B,C,D and E are not right.
Most of them are simply not concerned with the course of the argument.
Coming back to choice A.

To strengthen an argument which says
A causes B, simply put across a point which makes it certain that infact it is not B which is causing A.

In this question:
Argument is : Smoking causes depression in teenagers.
Ans choice A shows that this is the causal relation and that the reverse causal relation is not true. i.e. A negates that Depression causes smoking.

Hope this is of some help. This point is clearly mentioned in the manhattan cr book if you happen to have one.

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Re: Teenagers   [#permalink] 15 Jul 2009, 04:52
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