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World-class marathon runners do not run more than six miles per day when they
are training. Therefore, if you run more than six miles per day, you are not worldclass

Which of the following statements supports its conclusion in the same manner as
the argument above?

A. Sprinters always run in the morning. If it is morning, and you see someone running, it will not be a sprinter.
B. Paint never dries in less than three hours. If it dries in less than three hours, it is not paint.
C. Little League games are more fun for the parents than for the children who actually play. Therefore, the parents should be made to play.
D. If a car starts in the morning, chances are it will start again that evening. Our car always starts in the morning, and it always starts in the evening as well.
E. If you sleep less than four hours per night, you may be doing yourself a disservice. Studies have shown that the most valuable sleep occurs in the fifth hour.

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Confused between B and D

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The argument is in this form : if P then Q --> if not Q,then not P
Only option (B) clearly uses the same method of reasoning.
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New post 31 Mar 2017, 07:51
Answer will be B
Option A says quite the opposite to what is assumed in the conclusion
Option C,D and E are not the exact logic

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