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I cannot see how (C) is the answer. The stimulus says that a book is flawed if it doesn't have both discussions about utility and aesthetic appealing factors. It then goes on to say that Morton's back has the former but lacks the latter. This would mean that if Morton's book is NOT intended for a general audience, it would be flawed. However, the answer states that Morton's book IS intended for a general audience and is still flawed. I dont see how thats true. I mean if the book wasn't intended for a general audience then it would have a flaw.
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