Julie on July 12 at 03:37AM
Hi LSAT Max!
Can someone explain why we can eliminate A? I know that since it's not the right answer, the phrase is used appropriately. However, it was hard for me to eliminate this one because I felt that Fatima being a mathematician wasn't strong enough to support the part of the phrase that says "how much you've got to know".
I also had a hard time eliminating D. This was the answer I chose because I made the mistake of identifying the husband's allergy to cats as as a negative attitude he has towards cats (I'm not sure why I made that inference, but I only caught it after going over the question). Since this answer choice doesn't explicitly state that he dislikes cats and he was willing to go to cat shows with Sharon, does that justify the phrase? Many thanks in advance for the help!
Ravi on July 12 at 05:33PM