Prep Test 11, Section 1, Game 4

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Prep Test 11, Section 1, Game 4

Postby Dave » Fri Apr 09, 2010 4:34 pm

Just like my other post, this is another "abstract" game, and I have no idea how to set it up..

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Re: Prep Test 11, Section 1, Game 4

Postby Cambridge LSAT » Fri Apr 09, 2010 4:41 pm

There are only three plans, and the two reassignments must be made according to different plans. Thus, there are only six possible plan patterns:
1 followed by 2
1 followed by 3
2 followed by 1
2 followed by 3
3 followed by 1
3 followed by 2

If you plot out the results of these six patterns, you will have covered all the possibilities.

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Re: Prep Test 11, Section 1, Game 4

Postby Dave » Fri Apr 09, 2010 5:22 pm

I realize that, but the problem is, you can start out with any of the people in any positions.

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Re: Prep Test 11, Section 1, Game 4

Postby Cambridge LSAT » Fri Apr 09, 2010 5:26 pm

Look carefully at the setup. L, M, N, and O are initially assigned to Q, R, S, and T respectively.

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Re: Prep Test 11, Section 1, Game 4

Postby Dave » Fri Apr 09, 2010 5:46 pm

Cambridge LSAT wrote:Look carefully at the setup. L, M, N, and O are initially assigned to Q, R, S, and T respectively.


See, I never understood what "respectively" meant in this regard. Most of my LG problems have come from not understanding simple words. In that case, the game becomes progressively easier. It's a doozy though. I wonder how many of these "oddball" games have been on the LSATS the past year.




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