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The Farmsley Center for the Performing Arts, designed by a world-renowned architect, was built 10 years ago in downtown Metropolis. A recent study shows that, on average, a person who attends a performance at the Farmsley Center spends $83 at downtown businesses on the day of the performance. Citing this report, the chairman of the Farmsley Center’s Board of Trustees claims that the Farmsley Center has been a significant source of the economic revitalization of downtown Metropolis.

Which of the following, if true, most strongly supports the chairman’s contention?

(A) The Metropolis Chamber of Commerce honored the Farmsley chairman this year for his contributions to the city.
(B) Restaurants near the Farmsley Center tend to be more expensive than restaurants in outlying areas.
(C) The Farmsley Center is the only building in Metropolis designed by a world-renowned contemporary architect.
(D) For major theater companies on national tours, the Farmsley Center is the first choice among venues in downtown Metropolis.
(E) Many suburbanites visit downtown Metropolis on weekends in order to see performances at the Farmsley Center.

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Re: The Farmsley Center for the Performing Arts, designed by a w [#permalink] New post 01 Aug 2018, 20:53
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Re: The Farmsley Center for the Performing Arts, designed by a w [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2018, 14:19
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Citing this report, the chairman of the Farmsley Center’s Board of Trustees claims that the Farmsley Center has been a significant source of the economic revitalization of downtown Metropolis.

You need to find out a reason that reinforces the economic point discussed in the conclusion.

E is the answer.

D talks only of the first choice. it does not say anything about possible revenues.

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Re: The Farmsley Center for the Performing Arts, designed by a w [#permalink] New post 03 Aug 2018, 05:41
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