People seem to find it really hard when the LSAT asks us to change a rule. I’m not sure why. It’s easy!
Get ready for this mind-blowing technique I’m about to show you.
We normally have an arrow connecting “not T” to K. Now this question is telling us to get rid of that rule.
So, just erase the arrow…
All you need is an eraser, and you’re set. All the other rules apply, I just removed the connection between K and T in both diagrams.
Previously, one of K or T always had to be in. Now we’ve removed that rule. So nothing has to be in.
Pears could be the only fruit, since they no longer force T to be in. So A is wrong.
B is wrong because neither F nor P are sufficient conditions for any other fruit to be in.
C is CORRECT. If W is in, then either T or F have to be in. But they aren’t, so this answer choice is wrong.
D is wrong because P and F don’t force any other fruit to be in the stand. W needs F or T, but we have F in this answer choice.
E is wrong for the same reasons as D. E also includes O, but O just needs P and W, and they’re already in.
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