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I also just thought that we don't know that these smaller companies have superior designs, right? Because they say awards for their corporate work, but we don't have any explanation whatsoever about what this corporate word award entails. Also, ignoring this - why didn't you choose C? I didn't because I was feeling sketchy about the term "for the most part"
I thought why (C)is incorrect is small companies. It means we don't know all small companies' designs are superior to designs by Baxe. If (C) is like for the most part, designs that are produced by small companies awarded are superior to the design produced by Baxe, it is correct and 'for the most part', what you said, is proved
is it correct?
(C) is incorrect because:
1. We don't have any information about most small companies.
2. We don't have sufficient information to make any claim about the quality of any firm's designs.
3. We therefore don't have enough information to make a comparison between Baxe and any other firm's design quality.
Remembering your language cues for Inference questions would help you avoid this answer choice quickly and thoughtlessly!