June 2018 LSAT Section 2 Question 5
Ravi on July 15, 2019@Juzzy,
on January 6, 2020Why are we concerned with what is sufficient and how can we tell if we are looking for a sufficient condition vs. a necessary condition on a principle question?
Christopher on June 7 at 02:14AMThe last sentence of the argument is an if/then statement, which is a necessary/sufficient conditional statement. In strengthen questions, you are looking for an answer choice related to the sufficient part.
Emil on June 13 at 06:49PMJust wanted to chime in to agree with @christophergogo, in general (although not always) a principle strengthen will a have a statement in the conclusion we need to prove/support, and the correct answer choice will make that statement it's necessary condition.