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 lenihil
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Dear PowerScore,

I think the correct answer choice (A) assumes that if the end of an action is solving problems then the action itself is not malicious. However, I can't see why these two things are mutually exclusive. Should I just accept this and move on to other questions? It seems that the logic here confused me.

Thank you for your help.
 Frank Peter
PowerScore Staff
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Hi Leni,

Sometimes the LSAT may present us with questionable logic that we may just have to accept. For example, in this question, we're not being asked to strengthen or weaken the logic, just to take it as is and choose a conforming answer choice.

While it's certainly good to think critically about what you read on the LSAT, just remember that not every question is asking us to identify potential logical flaws.
 lenihil
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Dear Frank,

Thank you very much! :ras: :ras:

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