Based on the passage, it can be concluded that the author and Broyles-González hold essentially the same attitude toward

on January 2, 2020

missing premise

I asked this question on the last section but it applies here as well, is it okay if you identify the contrapositive of the correct answer as the correct answer?

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Skylar on January 14, 2020

@carettir,

Are you referring to the drills in this lesson? If so, yes- it is okay. The contrapositive has the same meaning as the original S -> N statement, so either would be equally valid.

For this reason, the LSAT will never have both an original S -> N statement and its contrapositive listed as separate answer choices for a question if one of them is the correct answer.

Does that help? Please let us know if you have any other questions!