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New post 17 Sep 2018, 06:47
chetan2u wrote:
vannbj wrote:
I don't get your logic for A. C works to me. If we hold that the courses didn't actually affect the proclivity of released felons to recommit crimes like C infers (because the better behavior wasn't due to the education, rather this good group sought out education) then the narrorator's point against the governor's plan falls apart because the governor's change will actually not encourage criminal behavior.

hi , the logic by which i replied A is that in C i think there is change in scope.....
the passage is concerned if guv's plan "to deny inmates the access they formerly had to college-level courses" would be helpful however the scope is shifted in C to if these courses are helpful..... only A is the assumption closest to scope


Hello chetan....

i also picked A. but now i am confused if the official answer is correct
help me out here please.
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New post 29 Nov 2018, 08:11
Could anyone please explain the approach to negate a double negative sentence...
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