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I think option D supports the claim of auto industry. They emphasize the use of seat-belts. And option D indicates the same. I don't get how D weakens the argument!!
answered Jun 22, 2016 by Student (31 points)
I'm still not convinced by the explanation. For me, all the options other than D seems to be irrelevant... Therefore, D. But still I couldn't understand why D?
answered Jun 22, 2016 by Beginner (1 point)
Am not convinced either. If those passengers would have worn seat-belts, the serious injuries could have been avoided and then airbags may not have been required. Serious injuries could have been avoided by the use of seat belts. So, even I am not sure how this refutes their claim - rather I feel strengthens it - even though even I agree, the other options dont even seem relevant...
answered Jun 22, 2016 by Beginner (1 point)
the auto industry claims that only a small percentage of serious injuries will be prevented but this option says most of the serious injuries are due to not wearing seat belts...hence this weakens the claim...
answered Jun 22, 2016 by Beginner (1 point)
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