Learn a different way to strengthen an argument on Critical Reasoning section on the GMAT.
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The most confusing way to strengthen an argument is what we’ll call ‘The “Although” Argument’. Say I want to prove that I’m a faster runner that you are, so I let you start running one minute before me. Now, if I won the race, does the fact that you started running a minute before me strengthen or weaken my argument? Strengthen: if, although you started running before me, I still came first, it only strengthens the claim that I’m a faster runner. The fact that we got the same result although there was something that made it less likely, only strengthens the conclusion.
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