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# Some people believe that witnessing violence in movies will

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1. Some people believe that witnessing violence in movies will discharge aggressive energy. Does watching someone else eat fill oneтАЩs own stomach?

In which one of the following does the reasoning most closely parallel that employed in the passage?

(A) Some people think appropriating supplies at work for their won personal use is morally wrong. IsnтАЩt shoplifting morally wrong?

(B) Some people think nationalism is defensible. HasnтАЩt nationalism been the excuse for committing abominable crimes?

(C) Some people that boxing is fixed just because wrestling usually is. Are the two sports managed by the same sort of people?

(D) Some people think that economists can control inflation. Can meteorologists make the sun shine?

(E) Some people think workaholics are compensating for a lack of interpersonal skills. However, arenтАЩt most doctors workaholics?

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11 Feb 2004, 14:11
I think D is making the same type of analogy
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11 Feb 2004, 14:31
Another vote for D.

You math maniacs and verbal veterans are quick. I cant even go to the restroom. Whole thing would have changed by the time I return.

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11 Feb 2004, 14:35
There is no time for restroom . You snooze you lose
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11 Feb 2004, 14:57
You guys & gals are good!

Why E is not the correct answer.

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11 Apr 2016, 05:58
Looking at it now, D makes sense.

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12 Apr 2016, 09:57
Parallel reasoning questions do not appear on the GMAT. They do appear on the LSAT, although there the questions are far denser.

It's important to train with quality resources, such as the GMAT Official Guides, and GMAT Prep practice CATs as EMPOWERgmat recommends to its users, so that you don't waste time practicing with irrelevant content.
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