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Complete Question Explanation

Resolve the Paradox, #%. The correct answer choice is (C).

Answer choice (A):

Answer choice (B):

Answer choice (C): This is the correct answer choice.

Answer choice (D):

Answer choice (E):

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Can someone explain why B isn't correct? The way I see it, if ticket prices are down, then more people will frequent the theaters and there will be more receipts. On the other hand, lower prices can't sustain the cost of operating a theater, which is why many theaters are closing.
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Hey Alphonse,

Remember that on the LSAT, "some" can mean just 1 - there's no way for us to know in this case how many theaters lowered their prices. Therefore, we can't say that answer choice (B) most helps resolve the discrepancy.

Hope that helps!

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