Joshua on July 16 at 01:01AM
I could use some help in understanding what's wrong with C.
CH or R --> PP
WD PP -M-> FA
So, in the world of public places, there are two paths to take: either you are well designed or not. We don't know anything about not well designed public places, but we do know that if you ARE a well designed public place that more than 50% have art.
Is the issue that we can't jump to saying that most coffeehouses are in the well-designed path, but D avoids this flaw and just jumps straight to that path, such that even if there were only 1 coffeehouse in the universe (*cries*) that were well-designed, it would be guaranteed to follow down the S&N chain to having a spacious interior?
I feel like this is a common nasty trick they play: adding an adjective onto a necessary and impeding chaining thereof. Any tips/insights for how to be on guard and not deceived by LSAC? Thanks in advance.
Shunhe on July 16 at 01:42PM