well-hello-there wrote:birdlaw117 wrote:I haven't seen this point made so I'll mention it.
I believe the difference between "some" and "many" is that "some" = 1 to 100 and "many" = 2 to 100.
This doesn't make a difference as far as making inferences goes, just thought I would mention it though.
many = 1 or more
You can treat it that way for LSAT purposes, but in reality it is 2 or more. Many is synonymous with multiple meaning more than one.