Congratulations on having made it to the final topic needed to tackle the LSAT LR section. We’ve left it for last because analyzing flawed reasoning calls on nearly every skill you’ve learned so far. Although that makes these problems potentially difficult, you already have the knowledge in place to tackle flawed arguments. As such,
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