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Oct 2000 LSAT, Sec 4 LR, Q13:
AGAIN, I picked the wrong answer between two I chose B but the right one is D. Could you explain why D is right and B is wrong?? I appreciate it!
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lsatwinner68 wrote:I am trying to figure out what purpose this line serves in the argument, "Since any product with more than 50 percent of sales in a market is by definition dominant in that market.."Hello lsatwinner68,
I can see that the error is that we are using popular opinion to prove that something as being definitively true, but that line above seems to provide an actual statistical basis by what makes something dominant. If that is the case, then why can't we confidently say that Harold Foods does dominate the market based on that line, since now we have actual data to work with in addition to tibbit on popular opinion? Unless that line of course didn't directly apply to Harold's and was just a general statement then we are back to square one...