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'Make in India' campaign has caught the imagination of people all

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'Make in India' campaign has caught the imagination of people all over the world. The idea has earned the attention of a good number of critics as well who like to dismiss it as a slogan that will lose charm just as water bubbles. A deeper analysis of the matter conveys a different story; historically, many seemingly impossible targets have been achieved out of massive appeal of slogans triggering unimaginable action. For example, final push to throw out the British Raj in 1942 was inspired by a simple slogan - 'British, Quit India'. No wonder 'Make in India' call has energized all the stakeholders and it is most likely to give surprising results that will prove the critics wrong.

In the argument given, the two portions in boldface play which of the following roles?

A. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second provides evidence that has been used to support that conclusion
B. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support that conclusion
C. Both first and second are judgements that have been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
D. The first is a claim whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
E. The first is a finding whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is an intermediate conclusion that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument

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A. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second provides evidence that has been used to support that conclusion
B. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support that conclusion
C. Both first and second are judgements that have been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
D. The first is a claim whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
E. The first is a finding whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is an intermediate conclusion that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument


Not so good with bold-faced questions, Stuck between C and E.
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bold face 1- main point argument advocates hence B1 is conclusion
B2-historically clearly it is an evidence .Judgement is something deduced after somstatement.it is not a judgement
A- correct B -B2 is not a judgement C- B1 is the mainconslusion it doesnt support anything
D- B1 is not challeged in the argument E - B1 is not challenged
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Got D by using best among the worst....but how the hell can the second bold face be a judgement...Can anybody please explain?
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New post 11 Jan 2018, 09:01
I highly doubt credibility of this question
How second part is Judgement for me it is evidence or support
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Good Question

'Make in India' campaign has caught the imagination of people all over the world. The idea has earned the attention of a good number of critics as well who like to dismiss it as a slogan that will lose charm just as water bubbles. A deeper analysis of the matter conveys a different story; historically, many seemingly impossible targets have been achieved out of massive appeal of slogans triggering unimaginable action. For example, final push to throw out the British Raj in 1942 was inspired by a simple slogan - 'British, Quit India'. No wonder 'Make in India' call has energized all the stakeholders and it is most likely to give surprising results that will prove the critics wrong.

In the argument given, the two portions in boldface play which of the following roles?

A. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second provides evidence that has been used to support that conclusion
B. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support that conclusion
C. Both first and second are judgements that have been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
D. The first is a claim whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
E. The first is a finding whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is an intermediate conclusion that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument
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The OA is D!

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'Make in India' campaign has caught the imagination of people all over the world. The idea has earned the attention of a good number of critics as well who like to dismiss it as a slogan that will lose charm just as water bubbles. A deeper analysis of the matter conveys a different story; historically, many seemingly impossible targets have been achieved out of massive appeal of slogans triggering unimaginable action. For example, final push to throw out the British Raj in 1942 was inspired by a simple slogan - 'British, Quit India'. No wonder 'Make in India' call has energized all the stakeholders and it is most likely to give surprising results that will prove the critics wrong.

In the argument given, the two portions in boldface play which of the following roles?

A. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second provides evidence that has been used to support that conclusion
B. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support that conclusion
C. Both first and second are judgements that have been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
D. The first is a claim whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
E. The first is a finding whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is an intermediate conclusion that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument


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Pretty confused with the OA

1- How's a finding different from a claim ? for statement 1.

2-How's second a judgement and not an intermediate conclusion ?

this statement:
"many seemingly impossible targets have been achieved out of massive appeal of slogans triggering unimaginable action[/b]. For example, final push to throw out the British Raj in 1942 was inspired by a simple slogan - 'British, Quit India'"

the part in bold can be an intermediate conclusion with the example given as evidence. So, i can definitely call the second statement, an intermediate conclusion.
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gmatexam439 wrote:
Good Question

'Make in India' campaign has caught the imagination of people all over the world. The idea has earned the attention of a good number of critics as well who like to dismiss it as a slogan that will lose charm just as water bubbles. A deeper analysis of the matter conveys a different story; historically, many seemingly impossible targets have been achieved out of massive appeal of slogans triggering unimaginable action. For example, final push to throw out the British Raj in 1942 was inspired by a simple slogan - 'British, Quit India'. No wonder 'Make in India' call has energized all the stakeholders and it is most likely to give surprising results that will prove the critics wrong.

In the argument given, the two portions in boldface play which of the following roles?

A. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second provides evidence that has been used to support that conclusion
B. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support that conclusion
C. Both first and second are judgements that have been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
D. The first is a claim whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
E. The first is a finding whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is an intermediate conclusion that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument


mikemcgarry nightblade354

Pretty confused with the OA

1- How's a finding different from a claim ? for statement 1.

2-How's second a judgement and not an intermediate conclusion ?

this statement:
"many seemingly impossible targets have been achieved out of massive appeal of slogans triggering unimaginable action[/b]. For example, final push to throw out the British Raj in 1942 was inspired by a simple slogan - 'British, Quit India'"

the part in bold can be an intermediate conclusion with the example given as evidence. So, i can definitely call the second statement, an intermediate conclusion.


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New post 23 Sep 2019, 07:33
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azhrhasan wrote:
gmatexam439 wrote:
Good Question

'Make in India' campaign has caught the imagination of people all over the world. The idea has earned the attention of a good number of critics as well who like to dismiss it as a slogan that will lose charm just as water bubbles. A deeper analysis of the matter conveys a different story; historically, many seemingly impossible targets have been achieved out of massive appeal of slogans triggering unimaginable action. For example, final push to throw out the British Raj in 1942 was inspired by a simple slogan - 'British, Quit India'. No wonder 'Make in India' call has energized all the stakeholders and it is most likely to give surprising results that will prove the critics wrong.

In the argument given, the two portions in boldface play which of the following roles?

A. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second provides evidence that has been used to support that conclusion
B. The first in the main conclusion of the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support that conclusion
C. Both first and second are judgements that have been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
D. The first is a claim whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is a judgement that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument.
E. The first is a finding whose implications are at issue in the argument; the second is an intermediate conclusion that has been used to support the main conclusion of the argument


mikemcgarry nightblade354

Pretty confused with the OA

1- How's a finding different from a claim ? for statement 1.

2-How's second a judgement and not an intermediate conclusion ?

this statement:
"many seemingly impossible targets have been achieved out of massive appeal of slogans triggering unimaginable action[/b]. For example, final push to throw out the British Raj in 1942 was inspired by a simple slogan - 'British, Quit India'"

the part in bold can be an intermediate conclusion with the example given as evidence. So, i can definitely call the second statement, an intermediate conclusion.


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New post 23 Sep 2019, 09:31
Please see Manhattan cr book #6,chapter 3
It is very useful resource for bold face questions
You should detect building blocks of arguments first
Here for this question we have two statements that support each other and both are premises not conclusion
Premises could be piece of information or evidence
Main conclusion of the passage is "fulfilling unimaginable action"
So A and B are out
We do not have two conclusions in the passage so D is out as it is talking about intermediate conclusion
We have left only with C and D
But both bold face sentences are not the same judgement or claim ,so C is out
D is only acceptable answer

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