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Branden on January 15, 2021

Not understanding how "C" is Correct

Hello, I was left between "C" and "E" as my final two answers after crossing out A, B, and D. However, I chose "E" since "C" felt like it was an answer to a Strengthen with sufficient premise question and not an answer to a Main Point question. Could you explain why "C" is the correct answer and not "E?"

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Shunhe on January 20, 2021

Hi @Branden,

Thanks for the question! So this is a main point question. There are a lot of problems with (E). It is a conditional statement, and the conclusion isn’t a conditional statement. Also, even if it were, (E) is a mistaken reversal of the argument.

Hope this helps! Feel free to ask any other questions that you might have.