QUESTION TYPE: Must be True
- Soft drinks don’t list exact caffeine content.
- Listing exact caffeine content would make it easier to limit caffeine.
- Many people would limit their caffeine if it became easier, thus improving their health.
ANALYSIS: The facts combine nicely:
List caffeine ➞ easier to limit ➞ many will do so ➞ benefit health
- CORRECT. This follows from combining all the facts. Exact caffeine content lets more people limit caffeine, which will improve their health.
- This isn’t supported. Listing caffeine content will help some people limit their intake, but there may be other people who can limit caffeine even without labels.
- The stimulus talked about limiting caffeine. This answer talks about elimination. You don’t need exact caffeine content to eliminate caffeine – you just can stop drinking caffeinated beverages.
- Same as C. You don’t need exact caffeine content to eliminate caffeine. You just need to know what products have any caffeine at all, so you can avoid those products entirely.
- Why would some people be worse off from labels? The stimulus only talked about people improving their health from labels.
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