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 Johnclem
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Hello,
Is the main conclusion here the first or the last sentence ?


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John
 Adam Tyson
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Bouncing this one back to you, John. What do you think, and why? The main conclusion is the thing that gets all the support and gives none. Which of these fits that description, if either of them does? Simplify the argument down to those two sentences, and ask yourself which one supports the other, and you should have your answer.
 Johnclem
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I would say the conclusion is the first sentence: here is my thought process :0

1- companies raised a worldwide concern
2- only about 1000 cases of damage were reported
3- multitude programs sold .
4- intermediate: warnings were clearly only in an effort to stimulate sales.

c: Last years introduced computer program was a fraud :


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John
 Adam Tyson
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I agree! I think the claim that the warning was only to stimulate sales supports the claim that it was a fraud, and not vice versa. Good job, nice analysis!

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