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In the past, traditional, 2-D films made by Hollywood studios have bee

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In the past, traditional, 2-D films made by Hollywood studios have been considered more lucrative than 3-D films. Nevertheless, a recent study has found that the most popular films from the past year used 3-D techniques significantly more than less popular films did. This confirms the view that 3-D films have become more lucrative than traditional, 2-D films.

The conclusion above is based on which of the following assumptions?

A 2-D films are not artistically appropriate for the narratives many directors wish to depict.
B Hollywood studios have the technical capabilities to produce either 2-D or 3-D films.
C Films shot in 2-D could be made as easily by using 3-D technologies.
D The majority of films made in the past year were filmed exclusively in 3-D.
E The most popular films earn more money than less popular films.
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chesstitans wrote:
In the past, traditional, 2-D films made by Hollywood studios have been considered more lucrative than 3-D films. Nevertheless, a recent study has found that the most popular films from the past year used 3-D techniques significantly more than less popular films did. This confirms the view that 3-D films have become more lucrative than traditional, 2-D films.

The conclusion above is based on which of the following assumptions?

A 2-D films are not artistically appropriate for the narratives many directors wish to depict.
B Hollywood studios have the technical capabilities to produce either 2-D or 3-D films.
C Films shot in 2-D could be made as easily by using 3-D technologies.
D The majority of films made in the past year were filmed exclusively in 3-D.
E The most popular films earn more money than less popular films.



A - Irrelevant
B - Not an assumption as per stem so out of scope
C - No mention - Out of scope
D - Out of scope
E - Most popular film made in 3D and 3D is lucrative. Implying more popular movie earn more than less popular.
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chesstitans wrote:
In the past, traditional, 2-D films made by Hollywood studios have been considered more lucrative than 3-D films. Nevertheless, a recent study has found that the most popular films from the past year used 3-D techniques significantly more than less popular films did. This confirms the view that 3-D films have become more lucrative than traditional, 2-D films.

The conclusion above is based on which of the following assumptions?

A 2-D films are not artistically appropriate for the narratives many directors wish to depict.
B Hollywood studios have the technical capabilities to produce either 2-D or 3-D films.
C Films shot in 2-D could be made as easily by using 3-D technologies.
D The majority of films made in the past year were filmed exclusively in 3-D.
E The most popular films earn more money than less popular films.


E is the answer...

only catch is word lucrative ....missing this single word can make E out of scope
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