Section 2, #24, of the June 2007 LSAT is a hell of a lot easier than it might look. The facts are fairly straightforward: car companies use survey data and direct interaction with buyers to figure out what car consumers want, and “designer interaction with consumers is superior to survey data.” Okay, fine. The difficulty arises when we get to the question part:
“The reasoning above conforms most closely to which one of the following propositions?”
What’s that supposed to mean?