1. The bookstore has a better selection of postcards than the newsstand does. The selection of postcards at the drugstore is better than at the bookstore. The drugstore has a better selection of postcards than the bookstore or the newsstand. If the first two statements are true, the third statement is




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  • By: guest on 01 Jun 2017 10.58 pm
    Of the three, the drugstore has the best selection of postcards.
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