June 2015 LSAT Section 1 Question 18
Emily on September 27, 2019It would be like me saying: people in my family have committed the crime of theft if they steal something for more than a dollar. My parents never stole any food worth more than a dollar. Therefore, there is no theft in my family. What about siblings, cousins, and grandparents? Other titles other than "parents" (analogous to "officers") could be in the family (analogous to "precinct") could have committed theft (analogous to "graft"). See what I mean?
Emily on September 27, 2019B is saying food is not equal to all things that qualify as theft, which is also correct, but (A) also seems correct.
Irina on September 27, 2019@Emily,
Emily on September 27, 2019I guess my problem is that "officers" are "a/one group of employees" in the precinct. A fraction of the whole is a limited sample, is it not? Just like a limited sample of American citizens might be Hispanic Americans, Millennials, Women, etc.?
Skylar on September 28, 2019@Emily-Odermatt Maybe I can help.