Based on the passage, it can be concluded that the author and Broyles-González hold essentially the same attitude toward

Papri on August 1, 2019

At 1:35:10 (#4)

Just for clarification: whenever a question involves 2 quantifiers and a conditional statement (all), when I move on to find the conclusion for the 2nd quantifier (EP->E), will I always have to use the deduced quantifier that I got from the first conclusion and not the one from the passage? Or would it be circumstantial?

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Ravi on August 1, 2019

@Papri-Basu, it's circumstantial and depends on the question, so just make sure you have strong grasp of what's going on in the stimulus on the question you're answering, and you should be fine. Your awareness here shows that you're tuned in well to the passage, so keep that awareness! Let us know if you have any other questions!