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In an experiment, two-year-old boys and their fathers made

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In an experiment, two-year-old boys and their fathers
made pie dough together using rolling pins and other
utensils. Each father-son pair used a rolling pin that
was distinctively different from those used by the
other father-son pairs, and each father repeated the
phrase “rolling pinâ€
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B)...in inferences-questions we have to stick as close as possible to the content of the arg. only B) is infereable...
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B is the answer.
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One more B.

Using POE. We can have D and B. But D is too adsolute and too broad: mentioning the utensil: the only thing we can infer is about the rolling pin.

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It should be 'B'

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It was down to B and D, but B is better because it is clearer.

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