Is A too far-reaching?
Is A wrong because the statement doesn't imply that dietary plans will include every food that is...
Jazz on August 5 at 01:08AM
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  • SEC2
  • Q15
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Answer choice E
If answer choice E read, "*The lack* of Nobel Prizes awarded to a scientist is an inaccurate indi...
Andrew on December 9, 2022
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  • Q26
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C instead of D
Couldn't another possibility be that the residents would change their mind and not oppose the con...
Jasmin on September 15, 2022
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  • Q19
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Diagramming: Is "Almost All" quantified as "mos...
Is "Almost All" quantified as "most" or "some"?
on September 5, 2022
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  • Q3
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Unbelievable question
I understand the logic behind choice D, but I just wanted to come on here and say that I think th...
Pasquale on July 27, 2022
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Q22
"In studies of identical twins" how do we assume that participants lie or overreport in studies o...
fady on August 6, 2021
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explain please
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Halea on June 14, 2021
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Answer Choice Face Off
Why answer choice B instead of E for this question? Thank you!
Emily on June 14, 2021
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  • SEC2
  • Q11
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What do the twins have to do with anything.
I chose C and I can kind of understand how D might be a better option because it provides an alte...
Devin on January 10, 2021
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Answer choice B
Can someone explain the negation for answer choice B? I thought unless negates the sufficient con...
on January 7, 2021
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Negating with Unless statement
Is this the correct negation of answer choice B? if the amount of money already spent on the pr...
on January 7, 2021
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  • SEC2
  • Q6
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Why D and not C?
I put C because of the second sentence. I don't get why it would be C because all it says about f...
Devin on December 10, 2020
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What about the Residents?
From the argument, the new stations need: 1. close to pipeline 2. large body of water 3. trans...
Gianna on September 23, 2020
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June 2017 SEC 2 Q26
I also chose B as an answer because both agreed that rules governing the Science award is not ade...
Kenji on May 19, 2020
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June 2017 SEC 2 Q9
Can you explain why E is incorrect? Thanks
Kenji on May 18, 2020
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  • Q9
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C incorrect
Is C incorrect because based on the information in the passage it's possible for two people to ha...
Logan on March 10, 2020
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  • Q15
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why is this flawed?
i don't see the flaw in teh reasoning
Sidhi on February 11, 2020
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B AND C
PLEASE WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN B AND C. GUESSING IT IS THE CONDITIONAL STATEMENT IN C ,BU...
on January 29, 2020
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A and D
How is D the correct answer? This is how I diagrammed: Premise: If technological innovations t...
on January 1, 2020
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D
Please explain answer D. Thanks!
on January 1, 2020
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  • Q5
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