Premise 1 : The Advertisement will misrepresent the program what it will be like.
Premise 2: People who watch the 1st program will not watch the subsequent programs due to this misrepresented ad.
Conclusion : Viewer is likely to continue watching program due to this ad selected by TV network, but they may continue to watch the program, if the ad favored by the program producers is aired.Assumption : The Ad favored by producer will not Misrepresent the program.
A. Most viewers who tune in to the first episode of the program will do so because of the network's advertisement for the program- Out of scope
B. The advertisement that the program's producers favored would not have grossly misrepresented what the program would be like- Reword of the assumption what we came up.
C. Most people who tune in to the first episode of the program and become loyal viewers will not have tuned in to the first episode as a result of the network's advertisement for the program- Out of scope- we dont care about the loyal viewers.
D. If the advertisement that the program's producers favored were used instead of the network's advertisement, almost all of the viewers who tuned in to the first episode would tune in to subsequent episodes as well- Present relevant info but not the exact assumption what we are looking for.
E. Most people who become loyal viewers of a program do not miss the program's first episode- Out of scope.
For choosing between the B and D, we can do the negation test select between these two.
If we negate B- The conclusion is doesn't hold true.
on the other hand, while negating D- nothing happens to the conclusion.
Article on Negation test
So the answer is B
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