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reop6780 wrote:The correct answer is E while I chose A.Hello,
The conclusion is that when the goal is cost-effectiveness of medicine, medical schools spend insufficient time teaching preventive medicine.
I don't understand how "time required" to teach preventive medicine comes into playing in the answer.
Depending upon goals, "time required" for preventive medicine class can differ.
The conclusion is conditional: "if their goal is to make medicine more cost-effective..."
I don't see how the negated answer E weakens the conclusion either.
The time required can be less or same as what is spent now, and it does not seem to do anything for the conclusion from my understanding.