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 Brook Miscoski
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Your negation of answer choice (E) is correct and is the one that I would use. When applying the Assumption Negation Technique, your negation should simply disrupt the logical relationship expressed in the answer choice, a bit like a logical opposite. In this case, that is simply the possibility that other individuals understand computers. I wouldn't worry that much about this, but I would continue forming negations that are more like logical opposites.

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