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11. “If the forest continues to disappear at its present pace, the koala will approach extinction,â€

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WinWinMBA wrote:
11. “If the forest continues to disappear at its present pace, the koala will approach extinction,” said the biologist.
“So all that is needed to save the koala is to stop deforestation,” said the politician.

Which one of the following statements is consistent with the biologist’s claim but not with the politician’s claim?

(A) Deforestation continues and the koala becomes extinct.
(B) Deforestation is stopped and the koala becomes extinct.
(C) Reforestation begins and the koala survives.
(D) Deforestation is slowed and the koala survives.
(E) Deforestation is slowed and the koala approaches extinction.


(B). This has been discussed before. If I were the biologist, i could claim that another reason led to the extinction of the koala. But the politician has no way out!

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New post 16 May 2005, 21:30
Can u please tel me where/how can i find this discussion.

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New post 16 May 2005, 21:55
I agree with A_W, it is a tricky one. Everything is consisten as long as it doesn't contradict the statement.

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New post 17 May 2005, 04:42
The OA is B.

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