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If a person chooses to walk rather than drive, there is one less vehicle emitting pollution into the air than there would be otherwise. Therefore if people would walk whenever it is feasible for them to do so, then pollution will be greatly reduced.
Which one of the following is an assumption on which the argument depends?
A) Cutting down on pollution can be achieved in a variety of ways.
B) Taking public transportation rather than driving is not always feasible.
C) Walking is the only feasible alternative to driving that results in a reduction in pollution.
D) There are people who never drive but who often walk.
E) People sometimes drive when it is feasible to walk instead.

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E- because If we negate E our Conclusion will be shattered.
People already walk whenever it's feasible to walk. If this will be a scenario then there is no benefit from the shift from driving to walking.
answered Jul 26, 2016 by Beginner (1 point)
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