September 2009 LSAT Section 3 Question 9
Mehran on December 20, 2013Let's take a look at Rifka's argument first. Rifka's conclusion is: "We do not need to stop and ask for directions (aka "SAFD")." Why? Well the general principle Rifka sets forth is: "We would not need to do that unless, of course, we were lost (aka "L")."