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Re: V03-30, V03-31, V03-32, V03-33 [#permalink]
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sahilmalhotra01 wrote:
I have a doubt in the question no V03-32.

The author of the passage most likely states that greater good comes in the form of high quality products and services for which of the following reasons:

I think all of the options are irrelevant. Here is my reasoning for the same:

a) other type of economists not discussed in the passage - out of scope.
b)use of goods and services not discussed in the passage - out of scope.
c)passage doesn't makes this claim
d)Economic evil not discusses in the passage - out of scope.
e) moral good is not discussed in the passage - out of scope

Kindly help understand how option choice e is the correct answer.

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Your point is valid. Answer choice E has been modified.
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Re: V03-30, V03-31, V03-32, V03-33 [#permalink]
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sahilmalhotra01 wrote:
I have a doubt in the question no V03-32.

The author of the passage most likely states that greater good comes in the form of high quality products and services for which of the following reasons:

I think all of the options are irrelevant. Here is my reasoning for the same:

a) other type of economists not discussed in the passage - out of scope.
b)use of goods and services not discussed in the passage - out of scope.
c)passage doesn't makes this claim
d)Economic evil not discusses in the passage - out of scope.
e) moral good is not discussed in the passage - out of scope

Kindly help understand how option choice e is the correct answer.

Thanks


Your point is valid. Answer choice E has been modified.


Hi sayantanc2k,

I didn mark this answer since 'detrimental' seemed like a strong word and strong words are supposed to be avoided.
But this seems to be the answer. The passage never states government intervention is detrimental. It states, without intervention, greater good comes. Although same, the first one is too strong. Kindly assist if my understanding is correct.
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Re: V03-30, V03-31, V03-32, V03-33 [#permalink]
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Hi sayantanc2k,

I didn mark this answer since 'detrimental' seemed like a strong word and strong words are supposed to be avoided.
But this seems to be the answer. The passage never states government intervention is detrimental. It states, without intervention, greater good comes. Although same, the first one is too strong. Kindly assist if my understanding is correct.


sayantanc2k Hi, I have the same doubt.
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Re: V03-30, V03-31, V03-32, V03-33 [#permalink]
Solved this question using elimination. Other 4 options were definately wrong. So D is correct.
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I think this is a high-quality question and the explanation isn't clear enough, please elaborate. I didnt undertand the question nor the answer, can someone pls explain in detail in simple english?
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Re: V03-30, V03-31, V03-32, V03-33 [#permalink]
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Vikramaditya00 wrote:
I think this is a high-quality question and the explanation isn't clear enough, please elaborate. I didnt undertand the question nor the answer, can someone pls explain in detail in simple english?

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Hi. Happy to help. Can you let me know which question you are referring to specifically? Sorry I can't see which one of the 4 it was. 

Thank you!
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