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# The Urban Apartment Towers complex has seen a number of police visits

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Re: The Urban Apartment Towers complex has seen a number of police visits [#permalink]
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Prethinking: loud music by young people attracts frequent police visits.

Conclusion: To reduce the number of police visits and improve profitability, management plans to advertise its vacant apartments in a local publication for people aged 50 and up.

Which of the following, if true, would cast the most doubt regarding the effectiveness of the management’s plan?

(A) No recent police visits to Urban Apartment Towers have been to the apartments of residents over the age of 50. -> It will strengthen the conclusion. Incorrect.

(B) A substantially cheaper apartment complex may be built in a neighboring town. -> Irrelevant, as it doesn't talk how having aged 50 or up will not resolve the problem.

(C) Residents over the age of 50 are more likely to call police in circumstances in which young people would not call. -> This is interesting, if aged 50 or up people can call police on normal sound level, then visiting police team to the housing society will not reduced. It will weaken the step taken by management. Let's keep it.

(D) A nearby condominium complex of similar size had far fewer police visits last year than Urban Apartment Towers. -> Same as B. Irrelevant.

(E) People over 50 are much more likely than young people to host parties with fewer than 10 guest -> hosting parties are not our concern. Incorrect.

So, I think C.
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