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It is snowing outside. John is sweating.

Which of the following best resolves this paradox?

Incorrect.

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This answer choice does not resolve the paradox. If John is standing in the snow, why is he sweating? We need an answer that explains why John is sweating.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice actually does the opposite of resolving the paradox as it makes John's sweating even less understandable. Why would a man who doesn't usually sweat sweat when it's snowing? We need an answer choice that gives a sensible reason for John's sweating.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice does little to resolve the paradox as it is only connected to the first premise. Winter and snow make sense  together, but sweating has little to do with either one.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice does little to resolve the paradox as it is only connected to the first premise. A low temperature and snow make sense together, but sweating has little to do with either one.

Well done!

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We are faced with a paradox since sweating is usually connected to high temperatures while snow is usually connected to low temperatures. The fact that John has a fever and is indoors resolves this paradox.

John is standing in the snow.
John is inside and he has a fever.
John does not usually sweat.
It is winter.
The temperature outside is 28 degrees Fahrenheit.