December 2013 LSAT Section 3 Question 8
Melody on October 24, 2014So we are told that John of Worcester recorded seeing sunspots on December 8, 1128. Five days after this, a brilliant aurora borealis was observed in southern Korea. We are told that sunspot activity is typically followed by the appearance of aurora borealis after a span of five days. The argument then concludes that the Korean sighting of aurora borealis helps confirm John of Worcester's sighting.
Samuel on October 26, 2018Why not E? The drawing would support the conclusion. I can see why C is "more right" but I couldn't eliminate E