General LSAT Strategy

The Definitive Guide to Sufficient and Necessary Conditions: Part 3

In Part 1 of this guide, we learned what a sufficient condition is and what a necessary condition is, and that a necessary condition is nothing but a reversed sufficient condition. In Part 2, we learned that contrapositives are a way to express that relationship.

In Part 3, we’re going to look at how all this knowledge of conditional logic can help you to navigate through specific Logical Reasoning questions on the LSAT.

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The Definitive Guide to Sufficient and Necessary Conditions: Part 2

In Part 1 of this guide, we learned about sufficient and necessary conditions, and that every sufficient condition is just the reversal of a necessary condition, and vice versa – they are essentially just two ways of stating the same logical truth.

Now, we are going to build on what we’ve learned by tying in one of the biggest buzzwords on the LSAT – contrapositives.

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