1. Statement: The taste of food contributes to the intake of nourishment which is essential for the survival of human beings. Assumptions: Human beings take food for the enjoyment of its taste. Human beings experience the taste of food.






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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.30 am
    It is mentioned that nourishment is essential for survival. So, this is the basic cause of intake of food. Hence, I is not implicit. Since taste of food affects the intake of nourishment, it means that human beings are affected by taste. So, II is implicit.
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