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But B doesn't say anything about visitors....paes wrote:IMO : B
The argument is saying for vacationers. So with the assumption that vacationers mean the person who have come from out of the city, B holds true.
If vacationers mean anybody visiting to zoo.
How about C?
Since we have to weaken the argument, we have to show that meat and diary free diet doesn't help to reduce the heart attack risk. If some people who are on such diet suffer 2+ heart attacks during their lifetime, it is very reasonable not to be on such diet.
It should be D
The conclusion states "...periodically trimming off the horns will eliminate the motivation for poaching".
There is an assumption that the demand for these horns will stay constant. That is the reason of a periodical-trimming-off offer.
Please correct me if I am wrong
Sorry for the delay! Here is the MGMAT explanation: The argument concludes that United Energy may be acting in a manner consistent with reaching its financial goals. However, this conclusion must be distinguished from the assertion of the environmentalists described in the question - that the action...
Hello, folks.... Here is the passage that needs to be corrected: Suppose you want to buy a coat. You have to choose between two coats. One of them has affordable price, looks great and of your style; however, the brand name is not very popular. The second one is more expensive, looks okay, but not a...
United Energy recently invested in a series of large windmills which are able to produce renewable energy with minimal negative effect to the environment. The company has not drilled oil wells in the same area, even though greater revenues and profits could be generated from oil wells . Because any ...
Jack Nicklaus, who solidified his legendary status with an improbable victory at the famed Augusta National Golf Club in 1986, and Tiger Woods are widely regarded as two of the best golfers in the history of the sport. a. Jack Nicklaus, who solidified his legendary status with an improbable victory ...
Chief Economist: Usually, the release of economic data about higher-than-expected growth in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) results in an increase in stock prices . However, this quarter, the release of data about strong GDP growth is most likely to result in a decrease rather than an increase in s...