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The movement for women’s rights traces its origin

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Hi guys! Can someone please explain why C is the answer to question 4?

I arrived at option A, but didn't consider C because it doesn't need to be inferred really. It is quite clearly stated in the passage - around 240 delegates attended, of which 40 were men, hence 190 women.

Please help.


Just my two cents. But by choosing option A, you're assuming that the Rochester convention was larger because majority of people in the previous convention + more attended.. but it could be a totally different crowd

For option C, you are inferring because the passage didn't point blank state +190 women (you did the math 240 people - 40 men = 200 women). You even used the word "hence" which signifies an inference on your part. Same goes for the age.

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