Test: LSAT Logical Reasoning

Professor: I cannot agree with the common sentiment that there should be fewer math requirements for children. While few children will directly use math for their careers, studying math strengthens important skills. Through math classes, children learn to follow complex instructions, reason, and confirm results. These skills are valuable for life and careers. Besides, most other subjects that children learn are also only indirectly useful.

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Which of the following best expresses the professor's main point?

Most subjects teach children fewer skills than math

Those who suggest that children should have fewer math requirements underestimate how often children will directly use math in their careers

Through math, children learn skills that they cannot learn in other ways

There should be no changes to math requirements for children

Children gain valuable skills by studying math even when they do not directly use math in their careers

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