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Though I understand that this is a template kind of argument, this argument talks about savings in electric bills that would save money. It does not talk about profits- just that they save money. Is the approach similar? After you explained and I looked at it, I assumed that because they did not mention how much it would cost to maintain this machine, we could not conclude on whether it would save money. Is this an accurate interpretation of the flaw here?
looking back at your strategies concerning flaw types, i realize this fits in perfectly w your ledger flaw type. yet, coming back to studying after a reprieve i forgot that, and on instinct chose B bc the "not possible" phrase. is it incorrect because it fails to rule out the possibility of future tech doing the job, and would this work as a sufficient assumption?
I think you're right in your reason for eliminating (B); the argument is just saying that if they could do it, they'd save big. That explicitly doesn't require knowing that they can in fact do it.
(B) isn't sufficient for proof, because knowing that the thing is possible to do doesn't guarantee that it will greatly reduce their electric bills.