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PrepTest 73, Logical Reasoning 1, Question 23

The essence of tackling inference questions on the GRE involves carefully analyzing the information provided to deduce a conclusion that is as qualified as the premises. The focus is on avoiding extremes and selecting an answer that aligns closely with the given facts.
  • Inference questions require proving an answer choice true based on the given information.
  • The scenario provided involves analyzing the economic growth potential in developing countries through investment in new industries, highlighting the risks and incentives involved.
  • Extreme answer choices should be avoided as they do not match the qualified nature of the information provided.
  • The correct answer is one that is as qualified as the facts, avoiding any extremes and closely aligning with the given information.
  • Answer choice C is identified as correct because it matches the qualifications of the given facts without extending beyond them.
Understanding Inference Questions
Analyzing the Economic Growth Scenario
Evaluating Answer Choices
Identifying the Correct Answer