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The photographs that the store developed were quite unsatisfactory

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The photographs that the store developed were quite unsatisfactory. The customer claims to have handled the film correctly. Neither the film nor the camera was defective. If a store does not process pictures properly the customer is owed a refund, so if the customer's claim is correct, the store owes her a refund.

The argument relies on assuming which one of the following?

(A) If the store owes the customer a refund, then neither the camera nor the film was defective."

(B) If neither the film nor the camera was defective, and the customer handled the film correctly, then the store processed it improperly."

(C) If pictures are taken with a defective camera, then it is not possible for the store to develop those pictures improperly."

(D) If the customer handled the film incorrectly, that is what caused the photographs that the store developed to be unsatisfactory."

(E) If the customer's claim was not correct, then the store does not owe her a refund.

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The photographs that the store developed were quite unsatisfactory. The customer claims to have handled the film correctly. Neither the film nor the camera was defective. If a store does not process pictures properly the customer is owed a refund, so if the customer's claim is correct, the store owes her a refund.

The argument relies on assuming which one of the following?

So why does the store produce unsatisfactory results if the film was handled properly and the camera was not defective?
The option that addresses this point shall be the correct answer.

(A) If the store owes the customer a refund, then neither the camera nor the film was defective."
Camera was not defective,already mentioned in argument.

(B) If neither the film nor the camera was defective, and the customer handled the film correctly, then the store processed it improperly."
Correct reason why the result was unsatisfactory and why the store ows.

(C) If pictures are taken with a defective camera, then it is not possible for the store to develop those pictures improperly."
defective camera is already addressed in the argument.

(D) If the customer handled the film incorrectly, that is what caused the photographs that the store developed to be unsatisfactory."
this is a question(does not help us to reach the conclusion) and not an assumption.

(E) If the customer's claim was not correct, then the store does not owe her a refund.
out of scope.
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