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The school board has responded to the new school lunch guidelines by replacing fried potatoes with fruit in a standard meal option that used to consist of a hamburger, fried potatoes, and milk. However, the guidelines specifically require that vegetables, not fruits, be included in every meal.

The information above most strongly supports which of the following conclusions?

(A) Fruit provides just as much health value to students as vegetables.
(B) Students are more likely to eat fruit than vegetables.
(C) The school board is not following the new school guidelines.
(D) The school board is responsible for the health of the student population.
(E) The new school lunch guidelines are unnecessarily strict.

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+1 for C.

(A) Fruit provides just as much health value to students as vegetables. --> Irrelevant
(B) Students are more likely to eat fruit than vegetables. --> Irrelevant
(C) The school board is not following the new school guidelines. --> Correct, supports the claim, new guidelines were given by school board to replace fried potatoes included in every meal with vegetables and not fruit, however the latter change was made
(D) The school board is responsible for the health of the student population. --> No information to infer
(E) The new school lunch guidelines are unnecessarily strict. --> No information to infer

Hence, C.
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The school board has responded to the new school lunch guidelines by replacing fried potatoes with fruit in a standard meal option that used to consist of a hamburger, fried potatoes, and milk. However, the guidelines specifically require that vegetables, not fruits, be included in every meal.

Type- Inference

(A) Fruit provides just as much health value to students as vegetables.- Incorrect
(B) Students are more likely to eat fruit than vegetables.- Incorrect - Just because school now offers fruits we can't infer this
(C) The school board is not following the new school guidelines. - Correct -- since guideliens require vegetables NOT fruits
(D) The school board is responsible for the health of the student population. - Incorrect
(E) The new school lunch guidelines are unnecessarily strict. - Incorrect

Answer C
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