Weaken Questions – Examples and Explanations

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Let’s dive in. Develop the habit of classifying answers as either weaken (which then makes it a candidate answer), or neutral/no clear effect (eliminate), or else strengthen (eliminate). Most answers probably fall squarely in the ineutral/no clear effect category. Often such answers are clearly irrelevant, i.e. whether they are true or not could have no

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