Preptest 37, Section 4, #13

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Preptest 37, Section 4, #13

Postby CREATION » Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:05 am

What if answer choice D stated that most people in the industrialized world have prolonged contact with their phone?

I know we could have the issue of not knowing that the patients were included in that group of people, but it would still provide additional support would it not? It would show that there are in fact people that have prolonged contact with their phone.

I say that because answer choice A strengthens because it gives us a statement that shows the possibility of an allergic rash is even possible with a phone.

Would having a statement that shows that prolonged contact occurs in the world strengthen this argument?

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Re: Preptest 37, Section 4, #13

Postby suspicious android » Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:48 am

The problem with D is that it doesn't tell you how common rashes are among telephone users, so you can't use it to draw any connection between phones and rashes. If D said rashes were common among telephone users but uncommon among non-phone users you'd have something.

I don't understand your problem with A.

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