September 2009 LSAT Section 1 Question 25
Melody on December 5, 2014This is a strengthen with sufficient premise question. Remember that a sufficient premise is sufficient for a conclusion, if and only if the existence of the premise guarantees or brings about the existence of the conclusion. Therefore, we need to find the premise that 100% guarantees the conclusion. The way you want to attack these answer choices is two-pronged. Ask yourself, does it strengthen? If it doesn't, then cross it out and continue to the next answer choice. If it does strengthen, however, then ask yourself whether or not the premise guarantees the conclusion.
on October 4, 2018I am still confused on how A is correct.
Mehran on October 16, 2018P3: "Handmade foundations are never found on wigs that do not use human hair."
on January 16 at 01:22AMThe condition concerning HMF not being found on HH wigs is confusing to me.
Emil on January 20 at 05:00PMHi, we have the statement that HMF are never found that on wigs without HH. I would try to think about this intuitively: we know that we cannot have HMF when there is HH- or that those two things are mutually exclusive. I'm other words, if one of those things happens, the other can't.