Jack's aunt gave him her will, asking him to make it public when she died; he promised to do so. After her death, Ja...

Alex on June 5 at 01:24AM

Please explain why C is wrong

To me, it seems that George would use the money to benefit none and harm “some” whereas the mother would harm nobody and benefit “some”, which seems to align with what C says. Curious why this is the wrong answer. Thanks!

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Skylar on June 6 at 10:04PM

@mahosmar, happy to help!

The passage tells us that giving George the money would benefit none, but it never says that it would harm some. Since we cannot make the assumption that it would cause harm, (C) is inapplicable.

Does that make sense? Please let us know if you have any other questions!