Test: LSAT Logical Reasoning

The production of pencil sharpeners can no longer be profitable. This is because various factors have decreased demand for pencil sharpeners. First, pens are used far more than they once were. Second, those who use pencils often use mechanical pencils. Finally, increased use of electronics has decreased the need for handwriting.
1. The argument depends on which of the following assumptions?
Anything that can be accomplished with pencils can also be accomplished with electronics
Students no longer prefer pencils over pens for math calculations
Pencil sharpeners are only in demand for the purpose of sharpening pencils
Production of pencil sharpeners cannot be profitable if there is a decreased demand for them
Availability of mechanical pencils has increased

1/8 questions


Access results and powerful study features!

Take 15 seconds to create an account.
Start now! Create your free account and get access to features like:
  • Full length diagnostic tests
  • Invite your friends
  • Access hundreds of practice tests
  • Monitor your progress over time
  • Manage your tests and results
  • Monitor the progress of your class & students
By clicking Create Account you agree that you are at least 13 years old and you agree to the Varsity Tutors LLC Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.
Learning Tools by Varsity Tutors