on May 17 at 05:10PM
I ultimately chose D over B because it was more explicit in the flaw I was looking for. I mulled over B for a while but moved on although I couldn't justify why it was wrong.
It wasn't until I read B's explanation that it was clear to me what was wrong with it.
How should I be thinking about these arguments and answer choices so as to not get bogged down by answer choices like B? Noticing the argument is assuming a representative sample instead of an equal likelihood of choosing a defective item was such a subtle difference to me. I need help seeing those subtle shifts.
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on May 26 at 07:28PM
on May 30 at 04:11PM