BillPackets wrote:PeanutsNJam wrote:PeanutsNJam wrote:Back on topic. PT57, Section 3 #25.
I'm highly uncomfortable that answer choice (E) requires the assumption that employees of the Manager's firm will behave similarly to the employees of the other firm mentioned.
I chose (B), and I understand it's wrong because it's a premise that supports the Manager's conclusion, but what the question wants is another conclusion.
Quoting myself in case it gets buried and cause this is rather important to me.
idk P i mean its kind of a weird MSS in that almost seems like an assumption to me but this is def a good candidate for POE its weird i think cuz youre trying to support an opinion in this Q whereas i think most MSS Qs are not opinion based like its just a couple of sentences objectively describing a situation then you see whats MSS
Yeah, this is a weird one.
He's just arguing that since other companies stick to the old software, then our company should stick to the old software. The NA is that our company = other companies.
It's an MSS and you have to assume that the Manager's reasoning is valid. E is the NA in his argument, so since the reasoning is valid, E is MSS. B is not necessary to or supported by his reasoning.