December 2010 LSAT Section 2 Question 26
Anita on May 15, 2018This is a case where the test makers may have been a little liberal with their word choice. Two potential hypotheses were mentioned, which is literally "a number," although not the traditional use of the term. In this case, it's best to look at the rest of the answer, which will prove that E is correct.
Samantha on July 10, 2019I was also confused about "a number" in answer choice E. Thank you for the explanation, but then why is answer choice B wrong then?
Ravi on July 10, 2019@Samantha-Alexis,