DISCUSSION: Questions with specific line references are easy. The only advice I can give you is to read the entire sentence and its context.
Here, line 29-31 says that “noses….produce” perfumes. So noses in this context are talented perfume makers.
I will admit that the sentence is very complex. The subject (noses) and the relevant verb (produce) are two lines apart! Looking for the subject and verb of every sentence helps break down complex LSAT sentences. This sentence is technically a compound sentence with two subjects for the verb: “Noses experiment….and produce”. That subject and those two verbs are the core of the sentence.
- CORRECT. See the analysis above. If you read the entire sentence starting on line 29 and look for the verb, you’ll see that noses produce perfumes.
- The passage doesn’t even mention perfume collectors.
- How could a perfume be a nose? That’s ridiculous. Besides, the sentence says that “noses experiment”. A perfume can’t experiment. The sentence is referring to humans.
- The passage never mentions people who market perfumes.
- The passage never mentions how perfumes are priced.
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