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Re: One theory about the people who lived on Easter Island is that their p [#permalink]
KarishmaB wrote:
ChandlerBong wrote:
Hi KarishmaB,

Can you let me know your approach to this question?

Thanks in advance. :)


What is the source of these questions that you are posting?

Conclusion: That theory must be incorrect

Based on the premise that sharpened stones were not weapons. That is, no proof has been found that they were at war with each other.

A. proceeds as if the lack of evidence that factions of the people on Easter Island warred among themselves proves that they did not.

Hence (A) works.



These are TTP CRs.

Thanks for the quick response!
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Re: One theory about the people who lived on Easter Island is that their p [#permalink]
Why A instead of E?? E looks to be promising.
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