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PrepTest 73, Passage 4, Question 27

The content focuses on dissecting a comparative question related to two passages, guiding through the process of elimination to identify the correct answer based on differences in approach between the passages.
  • Comparative questions require a comparison of specific components of each passage.
  • The correct answer is identified through a process of elimination, highlighting that passage A presents a general view without details, while passage B outlines an argument without full endorsement.
  • The 'does not necessarily endorse' part of the answer choice is crucial, stemming from the author's use of distancing language in passage B.
  • Other answer choices are systematically eliminated based on their incompatibility with the passages' content and stance.
  • The passages are on similar subjects but differ significantly in their presentation and argumentation.
Understanding Comparative Questions
Identifying the Correct Answer
Process of Elimination