I think that everyone went psycho over section B, question 1. The question read as follows: The tidal range at a particular location is the difference in height between high tide and low tide. Tidal studies have shown that one of the greatest tidal ranges in the worl is found in the Bay of Fundy and reaches more than seventeen meters. Since the only forces involved in inducing the tides are the sun's and moon's gravity, the magnitudes of tidal ranges also must be explained entirely by gravitational forces.The answer choice that was the topic of this whole affect/effect reads as follows:Which one of the following most accurately describes a flaw in the reasoning above? B) It fails to consider that the size of a tidal range could be affected by the conditions in which gravitational forces act.