Merylian wrote:natashka85 wrote:A great majority of what?could be great majority of 30 percent inthat case doesn't have to be 50 plus 1.
If it had said something like "The great majority of Alpine forests are being desrtoyed" then yes, you would be correct. 95% of Alpine forests could be destroyed without it necessarily being most of the world's forests. However, since it explicitly states the great majority of all forests in the world are being destroyed, we have to conclude that it is in fact most of the world's forests.
By now I kind of wish one of the LSAT folks would actually come in here and say something, because I have a feeling you wont believe anyone else.
She won't believe anyone, unless they're known liars