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Dear VeritasKarishma IanStewart,

Q1. I'm not sure what is the negation of choice D.

Is this correct?:

Of the criminals arrested while under intensive supervision, NONE would NOT have committed crimes if they had been under routine supervision.
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Of the criminals arrested while under intensive supervision, ALL would have committed crimes if they had been under routine supervision.

Q2. "no more effective" in the stimulus means equally effective OR less effective, right?
Thank you!


Yes, "some" = "at least one"
Negation is "none". Then we have a double negative.
So negation of "Some would not have done A" is "All would have done A."

"no more effective" usually implies "equally effective". But technically it can mean either. It just means that A is not more effective than B. Then A could be equally effective or less effective.
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