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1. Read the following information and five statements given below it carefully and answer the questions which follow. Excerpt from a research report-Average life expectancy in southern part of India is far more than that in Western India. While the average life of a native of South India is 82 years, the average life of a native of Western India is only 74 years. Based on the above fact, the proposal that the above study makes is that if an individual moves from Western India to South India, his/her life expectancy would immediately increase by eight years.Which of the following statements would weaken the above-mentioned studys proposal that people belonging to Western parts of India should move to South India to increase their life expectancy?






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