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Critical Reasoning: Argument Structure - Identifying the Premise without Clues

(1) Golfing is becoming more and more popular in Country X. (2) The number of golf courses in Country x has doubled over the past year, and the amount of golf equipment sold has increased by 65% over the same period.  

Which of the following is the argument's premise?

Sentence 1 is a conclusion based on the data presented in the second sentence of the argument. Thus, the correct answer is sentence 2.

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Sentence 1
Sentence 2

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