Automated flight technology can guide an aircraft very reliably, from navigation to landing. Yet this technology, eve...

Julie on July 29 at 02:02PM

Answer Elimination

Hi LSAT Max, I was wondering if someone could double check my logic behind eliminating the wrong answer choices so that I know that I'm going in the right direction: (A) is similar to (C) where it goes against the notion that they are very reliable (B) talks about smaller aircrafts but we want to know why human error is still a possibility with automated flight tech. (D) is giving an alternate reasoning that's neither human error nor the tech, bringing us farther from explaining the connection Thanks in advance for the help!

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Irina on August 7 at 09:55PM

@Julie,

Your approach makes a lot of sense. Another way to look at (A) and (C) is that these answer choices relate to a situation when the technology does not function correctly, and the conclusion specifically describes a scenario "when functioning correctly."