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# From the LSAT bible I found this to be extremely helpful in

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From the LSAT bible I found this to be extremely helpful in analyzing arguments.

If you have a 100 people, how many people do these words infer?

All - this means that 100 out of 100 people are discussed

Most - this means that 51 to 100 people are discussed , a majority of people.

Some - this could be 1-100 people but not 0 "at least one"

None - 0 people

Some are not - 0 - 99 people ("Not All")

Most are not - 0 - 49 people

Now one interesting thing to me is that I thought Some didn't mean it could be All the people but it could.

Now using this substitute the extreme numbers in the answer choices to see whether arguments or assumptions or conclusions or evidence still holds.

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