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October 2013 LSAT
Company president: Almost every really successful product introduced in the last ten years has been launched by a mas...
on March 31 at 01:32AM
How is the structure of B different than the structure of D?
on March 31 at 01:47PM
I think it's easiest to visualize this one in relation to the passage itself.
Almost every SP in the past had TVA
VB has TVA
Therefore, VB will probably be SP
Answer choice (D):
Almost every P in the past had PHD
R has PHD
Therefore, R will probably be P
As you can see, these two have exactly the same pattern of flawed reasoning.
Comparatively, this is answer choice (B):
Almost every P has 10YE
D will probably be P
Therefore, D has 10YE
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