« on: November 10, 2008, 04:51:44 AM »
This is the legal reasoning systems passage.
I put (C), and the correct answer is (B).
I don't get why (C) can't be the answer. In lines 25-30, the author gives examples for which computer systems are not capable of interpreting or categorizing. No matter how well a software(legal reasoning system) is devised, those can't be correctly categorized by it, so I thought the answer choice (C) correctly states the function of lines 25-30 in the passage. I guess if there's only reason for (C) to be wrong, it would be the usage of the term, 'isolate,' because what lines 25-30 does in the passage is to delineate a few examples of relevant case, not to isolate issues. But, I thought it was not enough to make (C) an incorrect answer.
Can someone tell me what is wrong in my reasoning?