# Free LSAT Practice Questions

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ID: LSAT-LR-20
Section: Logical Reasoning
Topic: Cannot be Inferred
Difficulty level: Medium

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A metropolitan area that has a population of more than 10 million and a population density of more than 2000 people per square kilometer is termed a megacity. Among the metropolitan areas of the United States, X and Z are megacities but Y is not.

If the statements above are true, each of the following statements must also be true EXCEPT:

AY is a metropolitan area with a population density of less than 2000 people per square kilometer.
BX is a metropolitan area with a population density of more than 2000 people per square kilometer.
CZ is a metropolitan area with a population of more than 10 million.
DX is a metropolitan area with a population of more than 10 million.
EAt least some metropolitan areas of the United States have a population density of more than 2000 people per square kilometer.
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