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GMAT critical reasoning question of the day Prep4GMAT

Time to go organic? Click here for the explanation to this critical reasoning question.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Explanation:

Situation: The effects of chemical fertilizers on the production of grain and vegetables is discussed in relation to the country of Illina.

Reasoning: We need to find the basis for the contrast discussed between the production of food grains and vegetables.

(A) Incorrect: This option does not explain the relationship between chemical fertilizers and vegetables, which is integral to the difference in production.

(B) Incorrect: The parallel effects in productivity changes are not an explanation of the contrast in production of food grains and vegetables.

(C) Incorrect: The authenticity of the data set is an external idea and does not have a bearing on the contrast in food production.

(D) Correct: This option explains the basis for the reduction in the production of vegetables and the contrasting increase in grain production.

(E) Incorrect: The origin of the vegetable crops is an external idea that is not mentioned and cannot explain the contrast without additional information.