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when a person is under intense psychological stress, his or her cardiovascular response is the same as it is during vigorous physical exercise. psychological stress, then, must be beneficial for the heart as is vigorous physical exercise.

the argument above relies on which of the following assumptions?

a. exercise is an effective means of relieving psychological stress.

b. the body's short term cardiovascular response to any activitiy indicates that activity's long -term effect on the body.

c. cardiovascular response during an activity is an adequate measure of how beneficial the actitivty is for the heart.

d. psychological stress can have a positive effect on the body.

e. vigorous exercise is the most reliable method of maintaining a healthy heart.

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Straigt C.

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Looks like C.

Negate C and argument falls apart.
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yeah..it is C
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straight C

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Definitely C...

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