In "A Cub Pilot," the author says: "Judgment is a matter of brains, and a man must start with a good stock of that article, or he will never succeed as a pilot." What does the author mean?
Intelligence is more important than good judgment.
Success as a pilot depends only on judgment.
Pilots need a good stock of material possessions.
A person who lacks good judgment cannot be a good pilot.
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No direct answers, Charlie.
I don't think it's A or D.
ohhh is it c?
Because, he's saying that if you don't have brains then you cant be a pilot, and another way to say brains is saying intelligence. Therefore, he is saying that Intelligence is more important then good judgment.
xD i wasnt reading them correcly.
It says Judgment is a matter of brains, which is positive, so why would they make the answer stating that Judgment is negative ?
@Conqueror Thank you!
Please read my explanation, He says you need a good stock of that article. What do you need a good stock of? Brains, brains= intelligence. Oh never mind. Good luck on your unit test.
umm its not a test?
Well... Sorry, I had this question last year, and I remember it. I got a 100% on this quiz, but good luck to you anyways :)