on December 31, 2019
Why is C right if it does not have equivalent value statements as the passage?
How do you equate "Each new car in the lot at Rollway Motors costs more than $18,000" to No apartment above the fourth floor has more than two bedrooms or "No new care costs less than $18k? The first statements guaranties that every new car price is greater than 18k and does not leave open the possibility of a new car costing exactly $18K. the passage does not say is is equal to or greater than $18k it says that it's greater than $18k.
The second statement, however, leaves open that possibility. That is why I crossed out this answer.
Although the balcony variable in D is a throw-off, I the structure of the argument is still the same and the value statements match.
Shunhe on January 1, 2020