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Reading Comprehension: Inference Questions

What may be inferred about other armies during Napoleon's time from the tactics Napoleon used to fight against them?

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Since we know that, without communications or supply lines, the enemy armies were put at a disadvantage, we therefore know that they relied on these items, i.e. they were not self sufficient.

Incorrect.

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The passage gives us no information regarding the structure of Napoleon's armies, so we cannot make any comparisons.

Incorrect.

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Although the second paragraph only describes Napoleon's victories, we cannot say for certain that he was never defeated. There simply isn't enough information in the passage to make this inference.

Incorrect.

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The passage mentions neither Napoleon's nor his enemy's weaponry and therefore we cannot infer that one was better than the other.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice goes too far. We may only infer that the generals of the opposing armies did not think like Napoleon. This does not mean that they were not resourceful and creative in their own right.

They lacked resourceful and creative generals.
Their weaponry was not as effective as that of Napoleon.
They never defeated Napoleon.
They were not self sufficient.
They were no different in structure from Napoleon's armies.