September 2009 LSAT Section 4 Question 7
Shunhe on April 17, 2020Hi @Maria-Marin,
Payton on June 8, 2021Hello, when it says -S --> V and the conditional -V ----> S that means that both S and V cannot be the in at the same time?
Emil on April 25 at 10:00PMHi, that does not mean they can't both be in, it means they can't both be out. The rule tells us that if one is out the other must be in, but tells us nothing about what happens if one is in.