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<22{6[1(01)]}> Arthur: The solutions to most mystery novels I read are not believable. However, my enjoyment of a mystery novel depends only on its suspenseful mood and colorful characters.
Norton: Roughly 80% of the mystery novels I read have believable solutions, which is good since I do not enjoy mystery novels that don’t have believable solutions.
Which one of the following can be inferred from the speakers’ statements above? (Points : 1)
Arthur does not enjoy mystery novels with believable solutions.
Norton enjoys most mystery novels he reads.
Arthur and Norton have not read any of the same mystery novels.
Norton does not enjoy some novels he reads.
leaning toeard: Norton enjoys most mystery novels he reads.

Right!

we were wrong...Norton does not enjoy some novels he reads.

Hmm! I disagree with the answer. It could be either enjoys most or doesn't enjoy some.
80% is "most." 
From which school do these questions come?

To me, both answers are correct. They are not mutually exclusive.

Norton enjoys most mystery novels he reads. It's Irrelevant if he enjoys the novel. 80% = the closest to 100% = enjoyment.

11{5[1(01)57]}> Arthur: The solutions to most mystery novels I read are not believable. However, my enjoyment of a mystery novel depends only on its suspenseful mood and colorful characters.
Norton: Roughly 80% of the mystery novels I read have believable solutions, which is good since I do not enjoy mystery novels that don’t have believable solutions.
The speakers above 
Disagree on wheather a believable solution is required for the enjoyment of a mystery novel.
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