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Ms. Eva Rose argued that money and time invested in acquiring a profes

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Ms. Eva Rose argued that money and time invested in acquiring a professional degree are totally wasted. As evidence supporting her argument, she offered the case of a man who, at considerable expense of money and time, completed his law degree and then married and lived as a house-husband, taking care of their children and working part time at a day care center so his wife could pursue her career.

Ms. Rose makes the unsupported assumption that

(A) an education in the law is useful only in pursuing law-related activities
(B) what was not acceptable 25 years ago may very well be acceptable today
(C) wealth is more important than learning
(D) professional success is a function of the quality of one's education
(E) only the study of law can be considered professional study

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Ms. Eva Rose argued that money and time invested in acquiring a professional degree are totally wasted. As evidence supporting her argument, she offered the case of a man who, at considerable expense of money and time, completed his law degree and then married and lived as a house-husband, taking care of their children and working part time at a day care center so his wife could pursue her career.

Ms. Rose makes the unsupported assumption that

(A) an education in the law is useful only in pursuing law-related activities
(B) what was not acceptable 25 years ago may very well be acceptable today
(C) wealth is more important than learning
(D) professional success is a function of the quality of one's education
(E) only the study of law can be considered professional study

if we negate the C, conclusion( any money spent on degree is a invetsmnet and should have return in monetory terms) will break, hence OA -C
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Can anyone please explain OA - A?
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