I just reviewed the Formal Logic Chapter in the LR Bible and am wondering why "Most are not" (not most) has the numerical value of 0-49 and not 0-50. Isn't 50 still considered "not most"
Meanwhile, "Most" has the numerical value of 51-100.
Where or when is the 50 accounted for? If it is, is it simply considered half?
50 would be called half. this is because if you say something happens 50 out of 100 times, it wasn't most of the time (since it also did not happen exactly 50 times, and equal number).
Tricky I know, but the LSAT has not in the past played games with the "half" distinction on the test, which is good news.