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Yoga can help strength muscles and increase flexibility. Because muscle strength is more important to most people, yoga teachers should choose to focus primarily on exercises that strengthen muscles.

Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument depends?

A) Some yoga exercises are better for beginning students, while others are more appropriate for advanced partitioners.

B) Different teachers are able to interpret yoga poses in different ways.

C) Even if a practice has two benefits, teachers should focus on the one that the majority of people find important

D) If an exercise is designed primarily to strengthen muscles, that exercise will not also increase flexibilty.

E) Yoga teachers are not concerned with the desire of their students.
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18 May 2015, 04:42
Yoga can help strength muscles and increase flexibility. Because muscle strength is more important to most people, yoga teachers should choose to focus primarily on exercises that strengthen muscles.
The argument is that yoga teachers should focus on muscle strengthening because it is important to most people
Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument depends?

A) Some yoga exercises are better for beginning students, while others are more appropriate for advanced practitioners. the level of the student is out of scope

B) Different teachers are able to interpret yoga poses in different ways. interpretation of yoga poses is not relevant

C) Even if a practice has two benefits, teachers should focus on the one that the majority of people find important There'd be no argument in support of muscle strengthening if teachers focused on what they wanted or were able to focus on both benefits equally.

D) If an exercise is designed primarily to strengthen muscles, that exercise will not also increase flexibility. This doesn't address the topic of yoga teachers' focus and what students want.

E) Yoga teachers are not concerned with the desire of their students. The argument can't assume this. Otherwise it wouldn't suggest catering yoga to student demand.
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