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The campus parking authority’s claim that the university is losing

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Which of the following most logically completes the argument?

The campus parking authority’s claim that the university is losing substantial revenue each semester by allowing commuting students
to park on campus for free is clearly false. Nearly all students who commute to campus live close enough to the university to easily
walk there. Hence, the revenue generated by a pay-to-park system would actually be quite small, since ______________.

(A) only full-time students would be required to purchase parking permits.
(B) most people who currently commute would rather walk to school than pay to park on campus.
(C) enforcement of parking restrictions would require the hiring of many additional parking authority employees.
(D) the university receives the majority of its revenue from charitable donations.
(E) most of the free parking areas that are currently being used by students would be converted to paid parking areas.

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Which of the following most logically completes the argument?

The campus parking authority’s claim that the university is losing substantial revenue each semester by allowing commuting students
to park on campus for free is clearly false. Nearly all students who commute to campus live close enough to the university to easily
walk there. Hence, the revenue generated by a pay-to-park system would actually be quite small, since ______________.

(A) only full-time students would be required to purchase parking permits.
(B) most people who currently commute would rather walk to school than pay to park on campus.
(C) enforcement of parking restrictions would require the hiring of many additional parking authority employees.
(D) the university receives the majority of its revenue from charitable donations.
(E) most of the free parking areas that are currently being used by students would be converted to paid parking areas.

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