Test: LSAT Logical Reasoning

TV networks believe that football broadcasts provide greater opportunity for profit than any other sport. This belief persists despite the fact that professional baseball leagues have increased their revenue by fifty percent over the last ten years while professional football leagues have increased revenue by only fifteen percent over that time.  

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Which of the following statements, if true, would most help to reconcile the TV networks' beliefs with the statistics cited?

Many TV networks purchase broadcasting rights to only one sport

Baseball leagues have significantly longer seasons than football leagues

Football and baseball leagues attract different types of advertisers

Baseball has been popular for many years while football's increase in popularity has come primarily in the last thirty years

In the last ten years, football has gained more TV revenue than baseball despite baseball leagues gaining more revenue for their respective league.

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