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Jesse: The H1 vaccine prevents people from contracting thramboxia,

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Jesse: The H1 vaccine prevents people from contracting thramboxia,  [#permalink]

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Jesse: The H1 vaccine prevents people from contracting thramboxia, a disease that can cause short-term paralysis. While thramboxia is an unpleasant disease with paralysis lasting up to 3 months, the H1 vaccine is not worth getting since hundreds of people die each year from the H1 vaccination.

Harjit: But thousands of people die each year as a direct result of contracting thramboxia. So, in addition to preventing thramboxia, the H1 vaccine prevents deaths.

Harjit responds to Jesse by:

A. Questioning the truth of a statement on which Jesse’s conclusion is based
B. Suggesting that Jesse’s argument overlooks an important consequence
C. Noting that Jesse’s argument contradicts that which he is trying to prove
D. Reinforcing Jesse’s conclusion before suggesting a new conclusion
E. Citing evidence that disproves the evidence cited by Jesse in drawing his conclusion

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Re: Jesse: The H1 vaccine prevents people from contracting thramboxia,  [#permalink]

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New post 17 Mar 2019, 11:30
A is out harjit never questioned the truth
C is out all harjit did is bring in additional inf that undermines Jesse's conclusion
D is out harjit didnt reinforce it introduced new evidence that undermines jesse conclusion
E is out same reason
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Re: Jesse: The H1 vaccine prevents people from contracting thramboxia,   [#permalink] 17 Mar 2019, 11:30
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