PT 10 Section 1 LR, #20

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risktaker
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PT 10 Section 1 LR, #20

Postby risktaker » Sun May 16, 2010 6:00 pm

Why is the answer to this question D? I am not really sure how D parallels the reasoning in the stimulus. Can someone please explain? Thanks.

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Re: PT 10 Section 1 LR, #20

Postby JacobH » Sun May 16, 2010 7:24 pm

Here's how I tackled it:

Looking at the premise, it's your basic conditional statement. Then look at the conclusion, it gives a new term (public unwillingness) that does not lead to a term previously defined (censorship).

So when you're looking at the answers, you're looking for a term that's defined in the first part, then looking for the negative of that term in the second part.

Answer D resembles that exactly.

Part I: Heroic Deed is defined by A
Part II: New term does not lead to Heroic Deed

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Re: PT 10 Section 1 LR, #20

Postby risktaker » Sun May 16, 2010 7:39 pm

Thank you. That makes sense.




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