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Terry, a high school senior from State A, expressed an interest in attending Fullem State College, which was located in State B. After a little research, Terry’s parents discovered that Fullem State College offered residents of State B a substantial discount from its normal tuition cost. Therefore, the parents decided to move to State B.

Which of the following, if true, would strengthen the parents’ conclusion?

A. State B offers a large tax credit to families who send their children to colleges within State B.
B. Terry’s sister, Leslie, graduated from Fullem State College five years ago.
C. The housing market in State B is unpredictable.
D. More than two-thirds of all students who attend Fullem State College do not need financial aid.
E. If the lower-tuition plan at Fullem State College is successful this year, it is likely that the program will be expanded in subsequent years.

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Originally posted by SajjadAhmad on 16 Jan 2019, 11:16.
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Terry, a high school senior from State A, expressed an interest in attending Fullem State College, which was located in State B. After a little research, Terry’s parents discovered that Fullem State College offered residents of State B a substantial discount from its normal tuition cost. Therefore, the parents decided to move to State B.

Which of the following, if true, would strengthen the parents’ conclusion?

A. State B offers a large tax credit to families who send their children to colleges within State B. -Strengthen
B. Terry’s sister, Leslie, graduated from Fullem State College five years ago. -irrelevant.Does not affect the argument.
C. The housing market in State B is unpredictable. -weakens
D. More than two-thirds of all students who attend Fullem State College do not need financial aid. -weakens
E. If the lower-tuition plan at Fullem State College is successful this year, it is likely that the program will be expanded in subsequent years. -no mention of lower tution plan being implemented for this year in particular .So not better than A.


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Terry, a high school senior from State A, expressed an interest in attending Fullem State College, which was located in State B. After a little research, Terry’s parents discovered that Fullem State College offered residents of State B a substantial discount from its normal tuition cost. Therefore, the parents decided to move to State B.

Which of the following, if true, would strengthen the parents’ conclusion?

A. State B offers a large tax credit to families who send their children to colleges within State B.
B. Terry’s sister, Leslie, graduated from Fullem State College five years ago.
C. The housing market in State B is unpredictable.
D. More than two-thirds of all students who attend Fullem State College do not need financial aid.
E. If the lower-tuition plan at Fullem State College is successful this year, it is likely that the program will be expanded in subsequent years.


Strengthen -> Parents decision is relevant.

B. Terry’s sister, Leslie, graduated from Fullem State College five years ago.
Irrelevant to the argument, we had to discuss about the parents move.

C. The housing market in State B is unpredictable.
Weakens the argument

D. More than two-thirds of all students who attend Fullem State College do not need financial aid.
Doesn't support the argument.

E. If the lower-tuition plan at Fullem State College is successful this year, it is likely that the program will be expanded in subsequent years
lower-tuition plan - Irrelevant

A. State B offers a large tax credit to families who send their children to colleges within State B.
Strengthen - If they get a rebate on their taxes, which family wont stay there.

Answer A
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