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Like a number of other articles, Ian Raghnall s article

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Like a number of other articles, Ian Raghnall’s article relied on a recent survey in which over half the couples applying for divorces listed “moneyâ€

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[quote="gmacvik"]Like a number of other articles, Ian Raghnall’s article relied on a recent survey in which over half the couples applying for divorces listed “moneyâ€
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I go for E.

C says that his conclusion is justified, though inadequately. but it is not justified.

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[quote="gmacvik"]Like a number of other articles, Ian Raghnall’s article relied on a recent survey in which over half the couples applying for divorces listed “moneyâ€

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is his conclusion justified?

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Between C and E, C. E seems too broad.

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I'd go for C too.

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C.... Because Ian Raghnall relied on survey data which established a different conclusion from mister Ragnall's... thus Raghnall inadequatelly interpreted the data....

E is not, because there is no data on what conclusions other articles achieved....

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is his conclusion justified?


May be too unjustified to be justified :lol:
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is his conclusion justified?


Raghnall's conclusion is a premise you cannot question that.

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OA is C, it was a close call between E and C. But as explained, 'many articles' in E is the key here. Argument provides no information about 'many articles' rather talks about Raghnall's... though I picked E and got it wrong

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late but agree with C.

one of the traps here is, " Like a number of other articles, Ian Raghnall’s article relied on a recent survey in which over half the couples applying for divorces listed “moneyâ€
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