A nightclub manager in Las Vegas noticed that his beer cooler at the bar was half empty by the end of the night while his energy drink cooler at the bar was 90% empty. As a result, the manager reasoned that he should increase the amount of energy drinks and decrease the amount of beer he ordered from the distributor each week.
Which of the following, if true, would most strengthen the manager's rationale for ordering more energy drinks and less beer?On a special beer was sold 50% of the stock n energy drink was sold 90% of the capacity. But the author nowhere mentioned the capacity of the coolers. Because we want to prove that the author is correct, we have to show that the capacity of the energy drink cooler was at least equal to the capacity of the Beer cooler.
(A) The two coolers at the bar in question are the only place in the nightclub where the energy drinks and beer are stored.- Even if these r the only places where beer or energy drink is sold, we still dont know the capacity of the coolers. Irrelevant.
(B) On that day, a summer-special competition began that rewarded any night clubber able to drink 5 energy drink vodkas in 5 minutes with $100 in prize money. - OFS
(C) During that week, a special "New Year's Special" sale was in effect for the beer. - This option can weaken the argument
(D) On the subsequent day, the remaining 10% of energy drinks all sold within the first hour after the nightclub reopened. - We are concerned only about the previous day
(E) At the beginning of the day, the energy drink cooler was stocked with at least as many drinks as in the beer cooler. - Talks about capacity. n correctly states that capacity of the energy drink cooler was at least equal to the capacity of the Beer cooler. Correct
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