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For Q33:
The answer is C.
I was wondering if option C was worded differently, would it then be wrong?
Suppose it said,
1. "The higher wages are due only to the extra education" -- I believe this would wrong because the author claims education causes higher wages not that it is the only reason for higher wages
2. "Higher wages are as a result of extra education" -- I believe this is right because it is assuming higher wages is caused by extra education but it is not claiming that higher wages are only as a result of extra education.

For Q34:
The answer is B. I just want to understand what option C is trying to tell us.
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Please refer to the attachment.

For Q33:
The answer is C.
I was wondering if option C was worded differently, would it then be wrong?
Suppose it said,
1. "The higher wages are due only to the extra education" -- I believe this would wrong because the author claims education causes higher wages not that it is the only reason for higher wages
2. "Higher wages are as a result of extra education" -- I believe this is right because it is assuming higher wages is caused by extra education but it is not claiming that higher wages are only as a result of extra education.

For Q34:
The answer is B. I just want to understand what option C is trying to tell us.
The question is about an assumption, rather than determining a cause (your 1). What your saying sounds ok, but the question states that the extra education - wage dependency is an assumption.
34. X is plausible, but it tells us little about what happens with a degree. It simply says those without a degree are more likely to do manual jobs / lower pay.
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(Original post by mqb2766)
The question is about an assumption, rather than determining a cause (your 1). What your saying sounds ok, but the question states that the extra education - wage dependency is an assumption.
34. X is plausible, but it tells us little about what happens with a degree. It simply says those without a degree are more likely to do manual jobs / lower pay.
I see what you mean. Thank you.
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