Kindly please assist me in formulating a sentence or paragraph example that will illustrate the following:
Inferences - these sometimes can be mistaken as something that 'might be true', but on the LSAT an inference MUST BE TRUE. An inference would be a conclusion inferred by the information given in the stimulus
Assumptions - assumptions also MUST BE TRUE; however, on the LSAT they serve the same purpose as a premise that is unspoken for.
These are my own notes and I am merely looking to supplement them with an example that I can refer back to in case I need to re-examine/explain this concept. If the above commentary is incorrect, or, in the alternative, you feel it can be supplemented with more substantial discussion by all means please offer your own take.
Thanks in advance for your help.