on April 21 at 01:33AM
I recently just posted in the forum on Q16 from the LSAT Dec '92, Sec 2. My question was essentially "Doesn't the correct answer just strengthen a premise? Shouldn't the correct AC strengthen the relationship between the premise and conclusion." Emil and my tutor advised me that strengthening a premise is a way of strengthening an argument.
Answer choice E here looks like its strengthening a premise but I know its not the right answer so I chose D.
When is an answer choice that just strengthen's a premise a correct answer? What criteria need to be met?
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on April 22 at 03:48PM
on April 22 at 08:24PM