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The difficulty with the proposed high-speed train line is that a used plane can be bought for one-third the price of the train line, and the plane, which is just as fast, can fly anywhere. The train would be a fixed linear system, and we live in a world that is spreading out in all directions and in which consumers choose the freewheel systems (cars, buses, aircraft), which do not have fixed routes. Thus a sufficient market for the train will not exist.

Which of the following, if true, most severely weakens the argument presented above?

【选项】Cars and buses are not nearly as fast as the high-speed train will be.

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  • 所属科目:逻辑CR
  • 题目来源1:OG12-111
  • 题目来源2:OG15-112
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