February 1994 LSAT Section 4 Question 24
Emil on January 28 at 06:00PMThis is quite poorly worded. Normally I would assume "in such circumstances" to be referring to the circumstances described before that phrase. However, this uses the construction "in such a circumstance" which is essentially saying the same thing as "when" or "if." That means it is referring to the circumstances mentioned after it. In other words, it is essentially asking "If/when value falls by more than that percent, then what must be true?
Mazen on February 4 at 05:03PMThank You Emil