cavalier2015 wrote:really dumb question but for strengthen questions: when i find a flaw, i want an AC that addresses this and fixes it or something that just points it out? drawing a blank right now
Here is an analogy that you may find useful:
When a girl walks into a room and you happen to be in that room, if you are a really picky guy looking for some love, finding a flaw means trying to find a deficiency in her (looks, attitude, etc.), and strengthening means thinking various ways in which the girl can address the deficiency (better make-up, smiling, etc.).
Likewise, on an LSAT question, finding a flaw means trying to identify a deficiency in the argument, and strengthening means fixing that deficiency.