- Thu Jun 01, 2023 6:54 pm
Dorrie, in Must Be True questions, we are asked to find the thing that is true, not all the things that are true. So just because they don't list EVERYTHING that is equivalent doesn't mean that they didn't list true things that are equivalent.
For example, if they said A, B, C, D, and E are all the same, the following are all true statements:
A and B are the same.
A and C are the same.
A and D are the same.
A and E are the same.
A, B, and C are the same....
A, B, C, D, and E are the same.
Those would ALL be valid and correct answer choices. We have the same situation here. If plagiarism, imitation, adaptation, repetition, and originality are all equivalent, then any number of those selected are equivalent. It doesn't matter if you leave off some things that are true.
Hope that helps!