on May 16 at 01:32AM
PT 82 Sec.4 Q13 is a necessary assumption question that follows: "Computer voice-recognition technology currently cannot distinguish between homophones such as "their" and "there." As a consequence, until voice-recognition technology is improved to recognize and utilize grammatical and semantic relations among words, voice-recognition programs will not accurately translate a computer user's spoken words into written text."
In this question the author is conflating distinguishing between homophones with recognizing grammatical and semantic relations which I recognize. But in the course of doing this question I realized I have no idea which order to put the two in for the right answer. The correct answer for the question above is "DH --> RGSR." I really don't understand why its in this order and not the other.
Likewise, this question, equates intelligence with complex, goal-oriented behavior and I have no idea why the correct answer is in the order its in.
I need someone to walk me through exactly what to do when a necessary assumption conflates to ideas to prove a third idea that is related to a concept in the first premise (Consciousness vs conscious awareness & Accurate translation vs can't distinguish homophones) and why exactly the answer choice is in the order that its in.
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