Test: LSAT Logical Reasoning

Taxpayers have been complaining about the U.S. tax system for many years. The tax system is so complex that very few can understand its provisions. A tax system that can only be understood by a very few people inefficiently generates revenue.

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Which of the following is a logical conclusion to the argument?

Taxpayers would complain about the tax system less if it were less complex

The U.S. tax system inefficiently generates revenue

The U.S. tax system generates revenue less efficiently than some other systems

The U.S. tax system inefficiently generates revenue because its complexity creates loopholes

Taxpayers complain about the U.S. tax system because it inefficiently generates revenue

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