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A local neighborhood has scraped together enough money to secure an empty plot of land meant for communal use. One group in the neighborhood wants to build a playground on the site; however, a second group has proposed a neighborhood garden.

Which of the following arguments BEST supports the garden proposal over the playground plan?


Vandals seen in nearby neighborhoods would be less likely to target a garden than a playground.


The nourishment from the garden for the children would outweigh the children’s need to play.


The funds for a garden are significantly less than the upstart requirements of a playground structure.


The garden would be more aesthetically pleasing for potential home sales than a playground would.


The children could learn more from gardening than they could playing on the playground.

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