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 JocelynL
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My pre-phrase to this question was "Studies are flawed, no link was found" - so I chose answer B, but the correct answer is C. I can see why C is correct because it would also incorporate the last sentence in the stimulus, but how would we know when to incorporate this into the main conclusion? When the author is just trying to convince us that the study is flawed and that's typically enough for the conclusion. I see the last sentence as a premise for the main conclusion.
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 Robert Carroll
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Jocelyn,

Answer choice (B) is correct for this one! You're right that the last sentence is a premise. If you saw a different answer somewhere, that's a typo!

Robert Carroll

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