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Technology is radically improving the quality of life in some communities, and not only by direct application of innovations. After all, the design, production, testing, and marketing of new technology has itself become a growing industry that is turning around the fortunes of once-ailing communities. The companies involved create jobs, add to the tax base, and contribute to an upbeat spirit of renewal.

Which one of the following most accurately expresses the conclusion drawn by the argument as a whole?

(A) The direct application of innovations is not the only way in which technology is radically improving the quality of life in some communities.

(B) The design, production, testing, and marketing of new technology has itself become a growing industry that is turning around the fortunes of once-ailing communities.

(C) Companies involved in the design, production, testing, and marketing of new technology create jobs, add to the tax base, and contribute to an upbeat spirit of renewal.

(D) Either the creation or the direct application of technological innovations is radically improving the quality of life in most communities.

(E) The only ways in which technology is radically improving the quality of life in some communities are by creating jobs, adding to the tax base, and contributing to an upbeat spirit of renewal.


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Option A is the correct answer.
A - This option most accurately expresses the conclusion drawn by the argument as a whole that in some countries technology is radically improving the quality of life.
B - This option only tells about the design, production, testing, and marketing of new technology these are part of the technology, which has contributed in improving the life not the whole technology. This cannot be the conclusion of the argument as a whole
C - Same as B
D - Out of context since there is no evidence in the argument that tells us that Either the creation or the direct application of technological innovations is radically improving the quality of life in "most communities", in the argument it says technology as a whole making the changes. Another thing is in the argument it says some countries not most countries.
E - Again out of context because there is no mention of "only ways......."
So, most accurate conclusion is A.
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