If there are more oak trees in Oregon than there are leaves on any one Oregon oak tree, and if every Oregon oak tree has at least one leaf, then __________.
Which of the following most logically completes the passage?
the average number of oak leaves per Oregon oak tree must be less than half the number of Oregon oak trees
there are fewer leaves on at least one Oregon oak tree than half the number of those trees
there must be at least two oak trees in Oregon with the same number of leaves
there must be at least as many Oregon oak trees with half as many leaves as the Oregon tree with the most leaves, as there are Oregon oak trees with twice as many leaves as the Oregon oak tree with the fewest leaves
there must be more oak trees than any other type of tree in Oregon
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