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The growing popularity of computer-based activities was widely predict

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Re: The growing popularity of computer-based activities was widely predict [#permalink]

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New post 19 Aug 2017, 21:56
IMO: C.

The question is essentially asking to weaken that claim of "computer ownership is the cause of reduction in TV viewing". If the people who own computer predominately belong to a group that has been known to spend less time watching TV, then the claim of "computer ownership causes reduction in TV viewing" can no longer be valid.


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New post 20 Sep 2017, 08:50
there are similar questions on the same topic, but the question for this argument is to strengthen the conclusion.
D and E are same; either is a common pattern in gmat, but for assumption.
C is common pattern in gmat, and C is correct b/c C shows why the research, or the survey, is wrong.

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