Of the many test pilots who have flown the new plane, none has found it difficult to operate. So it is unlikely that ...

on December 20, 2019

Why would E be wrong?

Is it exaggerated too much, saying that it is unlikely to offend anyone in the general public, as opposed to C where it is only one person?

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Skylar on December 20, 2019

@MACZ, thanks for your question.

Yes, you're exactly right. Both the passage and (C) make a prediction about a specific person's experience, whereas (E) makes a prediction about "anyone in the general public." This is an important difference since we are asked to find the reasoning "most similar" to that of the passage.

Hope that helps! Let us know if you have any other questions.