It can be inferred that Hodgson would agree with which of the following statements about the Clerk's astronomical calculations? A. The Clerk's calculations do not add artistic merit to "The franklin's Tale." B. Chaucer's purpose in describing the Clerk's calculations is to instruct readers in the rudiments of astronomy. C. Chaucer's intent in using technical material was not to provide a scientifically valid discussion. D. The Clerk's ability to predict a high flood tide is implausible, given the level of scientific knowledge in the late fourteenth century. E. The technical language that Chaucer uses in describing the calculations does not reflect the scientific terminology of the time.