# Free LSAT Practice Questions

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ID: LSAT-LR-21
Section: Logical Reasoning
Topic: Assumption
Difficulty level: Medium

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All the paintings of Vermeer are owned either by private individuals or by public museums. Among the paintings of Vermeer that are owned by private individuals, some are available for purchase and some are not. No painting of Vermeer that is owned by public museums is available for purchase. Therefore, the majority of paintings of Vermeer are not available for purchase.

Which one of the following is an assumption upon which the argument depends?

AMost paintings of Vermeer that are not available for purchase are owned by private individuals.
BThe majority of the paintings of Vermeer that are owned by private individuals are available for purchase.
CAll paintings of Vermeer that are available for purchase are owned by private individuals.
DThe total number of paintings of Vermeer that are owned by public museums is not less than total the number owned by private individuals.
ENo private individual owns more than one painting of Vermeer.
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