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Modern high intelligence safety chips, which are found in most of cars

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Modern high intelligence safety chips, which are found in most of cars today, are made with low-power circuitry, which is more susceptible to interference than the analog switches used in older vehicles. While on the road, the chips receive electro-magnetic signals from other cars and safety devices on the road. Recently, a few cars with low-power circuitry veered off course while on the road, the controls jammed when the cars passed by power generators or transformers that generate high frequency electro magnetic waves. Clearly, modern high intelligence safety chips are being put at risk by high frequency electromagnetic wave generators such as high intensity power generators and transformers.

The two portions in boldface play which of the following roles?

A.The first is a principle that the argument relies on and the second is a conclusion that can be drawn from the first.
B.The first is a fact that argument relies on and the second is a conclusion that must be drawn from this argument.
C.The first acknowledges a consideration that supports that main position; the second is that conclusion.
D.The first is an evidence that supports the conclusion, the second is that conclusion.
E.The first is a principle that is necessary for this argument, the second is a conclusion that could be drawn from this argument.

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New post 31 Jan 2018, 19:50
Yeah, expert feedback would be helpful. C and D (aside from the grammar mistake in D) seem to be synonymous.
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Can someone please explain the difference between: A Principle, A Consideration and A Fact? Thanks
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New post 15 Jun 2018, 00:10
Why B is wrong? The first is clearly a fact on which the argument relies on. Can someone clarify
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Can you please explain it. Why E is wrong?
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New post 15 Jun 2018, 01:07
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IMO C

Here is my understanding of the structure-
Principle on which arguement relies on: Modern high intelligence safety chips more susceptible to interference

Consideration: arguement considered the case While on the road

Fact: a few cars with low-power circuitry veered off course while on the road, the controls jammed when the cars passed by power generators or transformers that generate high frequency electro magnetic waves

Conclusion: modern high intelligence safety chips are being put at risk by high frequency electromagnetic wave generators such as high intensity power generators and transformers.

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New post 15 Jun 2018, 09:56
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Why B is wrong? The first is clearly a fact on which the argument relies on. Can someone clarify


B is very extreme. It says that the conclusions must be drawn. Thats why it goes out
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