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Hi, this question is interesting, but I cannot find the source of this question. I did google it, and the question seems to come from a CAT of a forum.
What is your stance on this question? I do find B as an answer.
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Hi, this question is interesting, but I cannot find the source of this question. I did google it, and the question seems to come from a CAT of a forum.
What is your stance on this question? I do find B as an answer.

Dear chesstitans,

I'm happy to respond. :-)

I would say that this is a reasonably good CR question, not superb, but reasonably good. The OA of (B) is clear--no other answer is a serious contender. It's a solid inference question. See:
GMAT Critical Reasoning: Find the Conclusion or Inference

Does this make sense?
Mike :-)
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