December 2002 LSAT Section 3 Question 19
Mehran on October 31, 2018Hi @Brandon, thanks for your post. This is indeed a very tricky question. We have to focus precisely on what is asked: what can we infer "from the description of blackbody objects" in the second paragraph? Those objects are described at lines 16-18. Let's take a close look: "commonly called 'blackbody' radiation *because experiments aimed at measuring it require objects, such as black velvet or soot, with little or no reflective capability."
jing jing on April 11, 2020Why is C wrong? Thanks
Ben on April 11, 2020Hi Jing, thanks for the question.