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Faced with a financial crisis, Upland University’s board of trustees

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Faced with a financial crisis, Upland University’s board of trustees reduced the budget for the university’s computer center from last year’s $4 million to $1.5 million for the coming year. However, the center cannot operate on less than $2.5 million. Since the board cannot divert funds from other programs to the computer center, there is no way that the center can be kept operating for the coming year.
The conclusion of the argument is properly drawn if which one of the following is assumed?

(A) The computer center did not use all of the $4 million that was budgeted to it last year.
(B) The budgets of other programs at the university were also reduced.
(C) The computer center has no source of funds other than those budgeted to it for the coming year by the university’s board of trustees.
(D) No funds from any program at the university can be diverted to other programs.
(E) The board of trustees at the university value other programs at the university more highly than they do the computer center.

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Originally posted by vivek6199 on 08 Oct 2017, 10:40.
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