Could someone please explain why A is the right answer and the others are not?

Additionally, any tips to tackle these types of CR questions would be great.

Could someone please explain why A is the right answer and the others are not?

Additionally, any tips to tackle these types of CR questions would be great.

ratio = \frac{\text{No of riders injured}}{\text{riding hrs of each brand}}

Agency used this ratio for it’s `pre-1985`

conclusion and we want to weaken it , means we want to manipulate this ratio . {Look for options that does the same}

Through POE, I was able to eliminate C, D and E because they are out of context. Between A and B, A talks about riding hours, which is one of the parameters of the ratio.

If there was another option which talked about the parameters in the ratio, would it be a good idea to choose numbers and actually do the math to find out which one supports the claim?

They mentioned `numbers`

of riding hours in the Question and gave you `Percentage`

in choice B , Now, % tells us nothing on its own (Very clever of them tho)