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Many mountain climbers regard climbing Mount Everest as the ultimate achievement. But climbers should not attempt thi...
on September 10, 2017
How are answer B and answer A different?
on September 12, 2017
@JayDee8732 the problem with (A) is that nothing in the stimulus indicates that people are climbing Mount Everest primarily for spiritual reasons.
This is why (A) is incorrect.
(B) is correct because climbing Mount Everest is a dangerous activity that is unlikely to result in significant spiritual benefits.
As such, according to (B), this activity should be avoided.
So (B) would be the correct answer.
Hope that helps! Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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