September 2009 LSAT Section 5 Question 16
Mehran on January 15, 2017@awashing the problem with (E) is that it is too strong. Madden's situation illustrates that in this case of farming, industrialists' strategy usually leads to oversimplification, but that is not the same thing as fundamentally flawed.
on July 13, 2018Is there a reason why answer choice C is not appropriate?
Anita on July 13, 2018@ndn8 From the prompt, we know that farmers are at least better than industrialists at solving farming problems, but we don't necessarily know that farmers are better than everyone else at doing so. This is why C is't the best option.