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Both D and E could be true.

E could look like this:


Please advise,
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 Dave Killoran
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Hi Maxim,

Based on what I outlined in response to another of your questions (lsat/viewtopic.php?f=699&p=27603#p27603), what I'd like you to do is re-examine this question. There's no error here, and in a sense when you start frequently looking for flaws in the LSAT or arguing that incorrect answers are in fact correct, what you are doing is arguing with the LSAT. That's not something you can do and win, unfortunately.

Take a look at this one again, and let's see if you can find the flaw in your approach to this question. Let me give you a hint: start with the question stem. From there it shouldn't take very long :-D


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