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In a study examining the neural pathway linking auditory perception

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Michelle777 wrote:
Why would one choose B I???m confused between ans choice A and B

­B is right because the passage is clearly a causal passage. A causes B. In this case, tone deafness is caused by low concentration of the fibres. Option B clearly states that, there is a possibility where low concentration of fibres is caused by tone deafness. Which reverses the causal situation. Which is a major flaw in the argument.
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