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Emperor: The enemy empire across the sea has harassed us for centuries. I want to conquer it and stop it once and for all. What advice can you give me?
Admiral: If you cross the sea, a mighty empire will fall.
Emperor: In that case, prepare the troops. We set sail tonight.

Of the following, the strongest criticism of the Emperor’s decision to invade would be that it

(A) is certain to lead to the emperor’s defeat
(B) is based on opinion rather than objective facts about troop strength
(C) contradicts the Admiral’s statement
(D) fails to consider fully the possible meanings of the Admiral’s advice
(E) is a futile strategy for solving the problem at hand
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Re: cr - lsat - 1 sect.1 - 5 [#permalink] New post 18 Feb 2008, 10:34
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Emperor: The enemy empire across the sea has harassed us for centuries. I want to conquer it and stop it once and for all. What advice can you give me?
Admiral: If you cross the sea, a mighty empire will fall.
Emperor: In that case, prepare the troops. We set sail tonight.

Of the following, the strongest criticism of the Emperor’s decision to invade would be that it

(A) is certain to lead to the emperor’s defeat
(B) is based on opinion rather than objective facts about troop strength
(C) contradicts the Admiral’s statement
(D) fails to consider fully the possible meanings of the Admiral’s advice
(E) is a futile strategy for solving the problem at hand


D it is.. A mighty empire may fall may also mean his own empire..
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Re: cr - lsat - 1 sect.1 - 5 [#permalink] New post 18 Feb 2008, 10:46
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D it is.. A mighty empire may fall may also mean his own empire..


Agreed. Unless the Emperor knows that his empire isn't mighty. :lol:
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Re: cr - lsat - 1 sect.1 - 5 [#permalink] New post 18 Feb 2008, 11:44
Answer: D

Could be self-reflective introspective ?
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Re: cr - lsat - 1 sect.1 - 5 [#permalink] New post 18 Feb 2008, 19:03
'D' should be the winner.
The admiral's statement is ambiguous. He never said that emperor will win.
'Crossing the sea' could be a problem.

I looked at it from different angle.
Even if I assume that admiral refers to the mighty empire to the enemy's empire, the victory is still doubtful.
Admiral says - if you cross the sea,......
'Crossing the sea' may be the major challenge. But the emperor did assume that he would cross the sea.

This concludes that the emperor fails to consider the nitty-gritty of admiral's statement.
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Re: cr - lsat - 1 sect.1 - 5 [#permalink] New post 18 Feb 2008, 23:46
D. Its pretty straight fwd.
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