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Compositional reasoning tasks like multi-hop question answering, require making latent decisions to get the final answer, given a question. However, crowdsourced datasets often capture only a slice of the underlying task distribution, which can induce unanticipated biases in models performing compositional reasoning. Furthermore, discriminatively trained models exploit such biases to get a better held-out performance, without learning the right way to reason, as they do not necessitate payingarXiv:2104.08744v1 fatcat:mrm6ucfjerhsvek4a4x5ih77qa