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Kudos [?]: 149 [0], given: 19

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New post 11 Oct 2012, 03:43
Hi,
First i must say powerscore CR is such a great book! defiantly worth it!
second, when having assumption CR question, the book offers a method to negate the answer questions in order to turn the question into a weaken question.
I tried this method and sometimes i end up with 2 answers that both, in my eyes, solve the question but of course only one is correct.
can anyone shed light on this issue?
is it worth using this method at all?
thanks,
Roy
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