Law School Discussion

Must be true...

Must be true...
« on: September 05, 2007, 05:55:55 PM »
 Chlorofluorocarbons are the best possible solvents to have in car engines for cleaning the electronic sensors in modern automobile ignition systems. These solvents have contributed significantly to automakers' ability to meet legally mandated emission standards. Now automakers will have to phase out the use of chloroflurocarbons at the same time the emission standards are becoming more stringent.

In under the circumstances described above cars continue to meet emission standards, which one of the following is the most strongly supported inference?

D) The solvents developed to replace chloroflurocarbons in car engines will be only marginally less effective than the chloroflurocarbons themselves.

E) Something other than the cleansers for electronic ignition sensors will make a relatively greater contribution to meeting emission standards than at present.

Why is E correct? There is no guarantee that 'something other than the cleansers will play a larger role' if we assume that another type (other than chloroflurocarbons) of cleanser would replace this. I though both D and E are not enough to be proven by what was said in the stimulus. Help!  :(

Re: Must be true...
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2007, 09:38:26 PM »
Flawless explanation. You are just too sexy.  :D