QUESTION TYPE: Most Strongly Supported
- If you’re allergic to cats, you’re actually allergic to proteins in their skin and saliva.
- Different people are allergic to different proteins.
- Every cat can cause allergic reactions.
- Many cats only cause allergic reactions in some allergic people, but not all allergic people.
ANALYSIS: This question has a lot of details, making it seem more complicated than it is.
We know that cats don’t produce the same reactions. Since skin and saliva proteins cause reactions, that means that skin and saliva proteins probably differ between cats.
- ‘Any’ is a sufficient condition indicator. This says everyone is allergic to some cats. Nonsense.
- This made me laugh. There could definitely be some horrible cat that causes reactions in everybody. It could have every terrible protein.
- CORRECT. This seems likely. Otherwise all cats would cause the same people to have allergic reactions.
- The stimulus doesn’t mention intensity.
- Why would this be true? We might be able to analyze the proteins and determine which cats would cause reactions in certain people.
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