Our Premium and Ultimate plans guarantee up to 90+ points score increase or your money back.
We cover every section of the GMAT with in-depth lessons, 5000+ practice questions and realistic practice tests.
Study whenever and wherever you want with our iOS and Android mobile apps.
Adaptive learning technology focuses on your academic weaknesses.
The average temperature in Santa Barbara in July is 57-89 degrees Fahrenheit. A Santa Barbara daily newspaper dated 27 July predicts a snow storm.
Which of the following, if true, best resolves the above paradox?
The fact the Santa Barbara weather cooled in July in the previous two years does not explain why it was freezing this year - to a point of snowing during the hot season. The correct answer choice must effectively resolve the paradox, not make it a bit less of a paradox.
This is a paradox question, not a Conclusion Strengthening question. The correct answer choice must resolve the paradox, not emphasize it.
This premise describes a condition for snow to stick, but does not explain how it is that snow is predicted in July.
If there are two cities called Santa Barbara located thousands of miles away, it may be sunny in one, while the other may be facing a snow storm.
The fact that snow falls in certain places in July may put us on the right track, but doesn't, in itself, explain how snow is predicted in Santa Barbara in the middle of the summer.