Invite a Friend
Free LSAT Practice
LSAT Practice Test
LSAT Practice Test Videos
eBook: The Road to 180
Law School Top 200
LSAT Test Proctor
LSAT Logic Games
Apple App Store
Digital LSAT Simulator
Fee Waiver Scholarship
LSAT Test Dates
LSAT Message Board
October 1999 LSAT
In Debbie's magic act, a volunteer supposedly selects a card in a random fashion, looks at it without showing it to h...
on April 24, 2020
can you explain the right answer?
can you explain the right answer? thanks
on April 25, 2020
Let's take a look at (A).
(A) says, "The skeptic failed to consider the possibility that Debbie
did not always use the same method to achieve her effect."
(A) looks great because if Debbie is able to use different methods to
perform the trick, it's possible that the skeptic in the stimulus
could miss it every time even though the trick is sometimes done by
one of the methods that he tested. Thus, (A) accurately describes a
flaw in the skeptic's reasoning, so it's the correct answer choice.
Does this make sense? Let us know if you have any other questions!
Posting to the forum is only allowed for members with active accounts.