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 Adam Tyson
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My first step would be to adopt Claire's reasoning in this thread. The flaw is assuming that because something is necessary, more of it is even better.

Answer E misses the mark on several points. First, it has a premise about most, which are stimulus did not. That's not enough to kill that answer, but it gets worse from there. Answer E doesn't tell us anything is necessary, only that something might help. Finally, answer choice E doesn't conclude anything about more being better, but instead concludes that if you have one helpful thing, you don't need anything else. Nothing about this answer matches our stimulus!

Look for the answer that says one thing is necessary, and which concludes that more of that necessary thing is even better.

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