Free June 2007 LSAT questions

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Free June 2007 LSAT questions

I'm not sure if this is against the rules, but I have two specific questions for those who have taken this test. Can someone help explain why answer choice D in the second LR section's number thirteen is wrong? Also, why is answer choice C impossible in question 23 of LG? If it's not kosher to talk about these things, perhaps a PM would do? Thanks for any and all help!

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Re: Free June 2007 LSAT questions

Regarding logic game question 23, June LSAT:

if W -> N
all of C2 must be included in C1
1 place only = plastic and/not glass

Result of answer C (which is wrong, it is A)

IF
Center 1 = W (and N by rule) (and T by rule)
Center 2 = N+T (because all of C2 must be contained in C1)
Center 3 = P or G (not both because that would violate the rules)

Therefore Center 2 would have to have N, T, and P/G.
That would force Center 1 to have WNT+P/G (which would make for 4 types of recycling at center 1, violating the game)

*Only reason I responded was because this is from JUNE 2007 LSAT that is publicly available on the Internet directly from LSAT free of charge. All their rights reserved of course.

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Re: Free June 2007 LSAT questions

So the three groups can't be 1: TNW 2: TN 3: PT? I'm confused because I didn't think that you needed to have all five types represented; usually if you do it says so, but it doesn't in the set-up.

rookhawk

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Re: Free June 2007 LSAT questions

Actually, it does require all five types:

Exactly five kinds of material are recycled at these recycling centers

Moral of the story, make sure you really proofread the rules. Honest mistake.

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Thank you!