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发表于 2007-8-22 21:55:00 | 显示全部楼层

好东东!!!!!!!!!!!!

发表于 2007-9-20 00:16:00 | 显示全部楼层
加油!
发表于 2007-9-22 14:20:00 | 显示全部楼层

第二节,演绎:

一,第一种文章:

1,假设,例题1C,例题2A;例题4B,例题5B;

2,加强,例题1E,例题2D;

3,削弱,例题1C,例题2E,例题3D,例题4C;

这道题是B吧?

发表于 2007-9-22 14:26:00 | 显示全部楼层

二,第二种和第三种文章

1,削弱,例题1D,例题2C,例题3C,例题4B;

我觉得应该选A

发表于 2007-9-22 14:33:00 | 显示全部楼层

二,第二种和第三种文章

1,削弱,例题1D,例题2C,例题3C,例题4B;

2,加强,例题1A,例题2C;

选B

发表于 2007-11-9 04:23:00 | 显示全部楼层

有答案么?例题的,上课的时候就没记号答案,搞到现在都不知道。。。

发表于 2007-11-9 04:26:00 | 显示全部楼层
刚才没看完帖。。。抱歉,原来答案已经有了,谢谢nn们~
发表于 2007-11-10 20:53:00 | 显示全部楼层

还有没有人也在复习这个笔记,问下

3. Most television viewers estimate how frequently a particular type of accident or crime occurs by

how extensively it is discussed on television news shows. Television news shows report more on

stories that include dramatic pictures such as fires and motor vehicle accidents than they do on more

common stories that have little visual drama such as bookkeeping fraud.

  If the statements above are true, it can be properly concluded that which of the following is also true?

(A) The time television news reporters spend researching news stories is directly related to the

number of viewers who will be affected by events like those in the news stories.

(B) It is easier for crimes such as bookkeeping fraud to go unprosecuted than it is crimes such as

arson.

(C) The number of fires and motor vehicle accidents greatly increases after each television news

show that includes dramatic pictures of a fire or motor vehicle accident.

(D) Viewers of television news show tend to overestimate the number of fires and motor vehicle

accidents that occur relative to the number of crimes of bookkeeping fraud.

(E) The usual selection of news stories for television news show is determined by the number of

news reporters available for assignment.

为什么选C

1. Scientists now believe that artificial-hip implants, previously thought to be safe, may actually

increase the risk of cancer in recipients after about 45 years of use. Though these implants do

improve the quality of recipient’s lives, the increased risk of cancer is an unacceptable price to pay

for these improvements. Therefore, they should be banned.

  Which of the following, if true, is the strongest counterargument to the argument above?

(A) Artificial-hip implant surgery can cause severe complications, such as infection, chronic fever, and bone degeneration, and these complications can themselves be crippling or even fatal.

(B) Almost all artificial-hip implant recipients receive their implants at an age when they are unlikely

to live more than an additional 30 years.

(C) Although artificial-hip implants increase the risk of cancer after about 45 year of use, a few of

the cancers they induce are not fatal.

(D) Since artificial-hip implants are not very common, banning them would cause little hardship.

(E) Although the benefits of artificial-hip implant surgery have remained substantially the same over

the past decade, the price of the surgery has risen considerably.

 

怎么选C呢,我选的B???

4. The excessive number of safety regulations that the federal government has placed on industry poses

more serious hardships for big businesses than for small ones. Since large companies do everything

on a more massive scale, they must alter more complex operations and spend much more money to

meet government requirements.

  Which of the following, if true, would most weaken the argument above?

(A) Small companies are less likely than large companies to have the capital reserve for

improvements.

(B) The operations of small companies frequently rely on the same technologies as the operations of

large companies.

(C) Safety regulation codes are uniform, established without reference to size of company.

(D) Large companies typically have more of their profits invested in other business than do small

companies.

(E) Large companies are in general more likely than small companies to diversity the markets and

products.

我选A,但是答案是C,为什么??

谢谢各位~~~

4. The excessive number of safety regulations that the federal government has placed on industry poses

more serious hardships for big businesses than for small ones. Since large companies do everything

on a more massive scale, they must alter more complex operations and spend much more money to

meet government requirements.

  Which of the following, if true, would most weaken the argument above?

(A) Small companies are less likely than large companies to have the capital reserve for

improvements.

(B) The operations of small companies frequently rely on the same technologies as the operations of

large companies.

(C) Safety regulation codes are uniform, established without reference to size of company.

(D) Large companies typically have more of their profits invested in other business than do small

companies.

(E) Large companies are in general more likely than small companies to diversity the markets and

products.

我选A,但是答案是C,为什么??

谢谢各位~~~

发表于 2007-11-10 20:55:00 | 显示全部楼层
为什么这个贴在lsat??这个笔记是feifei gmat逻辑的呀!
发表于 2007-12-21 16:55:00 | 显示全部楼层

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