This Zen task is one of the most difficult to recognize as it widely varies in its structure and can easily be conflated with its opposite task of best example of principle. That part of the principle strand zooms in, whereas the task for today's post zooms out to the general.
The correct answer to a best principle for example question will map onto the evidence presented in the stimulus with all the relevant relationships and degrees intact. Thus, the same strategy of identifying actors, their relationships, and degrees of certainty that works for the extrapolation strand will also apply for this task.
The following example explanations are from the June 2007 Sample LSAT. The question stem for this task is very difficult to identify, so be sure to actively read it to determine the relationships you're looking for. Marking the stimulus for actors and relationships with both highlighter and pencil will help you make a clean prephrase of the overarching themes you'll look for in the answer choices.