Critic: The more a novel appeals to the general public, the more money its author will make from it. However, since a...

Anthony on January 26, 2021


So this is what gets frustrating because there are questions for example that would say "we're not talking about all novelists so that would be out of scope because its not about serious novelists" this is frustrating because I'm trying to find that common ground with understanding ok is this sufficient and does it guarantee the argument. Any suggestions for understanding and finding that middle ground to mastering assumption questions?

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Shunhe on January 28, 2021

Hi @Anthony-Resendes,

Thanks for the question! Generally, in logical reasoning questions, words like “any” and “all” will introduce the sufficient, if I understand what you’re asking. Here, because of the strong wording in the stimulus (no and any), similarly strong language can work in the answer choice.

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