Could somebody explain the answer to this question to me? Also why C and D are wrong. Thanks!
Also... difference between "presuming the absence of factor X" and "overlooking the possibility of factor X existing"...?
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I wrote an explanation here. I hope it's helpful: http://www.atlaslsat.com/forums/preptes ... -f139.html
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