## Superprep C Game 4

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### Superprep C Game 4

This was tough. I couldn't make any inferences and resorted to trial and error which was extremely time consuming. Are there any inferences to make off the bat? How did you approach the questions?

This was the game about the 4 cars to 5 factories

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### Re: Superprep C Game 4

deputamadre wrote:This was tough. I couldn't make any inferences and resorted to trial and error which was extremely time consuming. Are there any inferences to make off the bat? How did you approach the questions?

This was the game about the 4 cars to 5 factories

That is indeed a tough game. Going off memory, I think the big inference is that X must be followed by Z, and Z must be preceded by X? something like that. Since Z can only be made at 1 factory a year, so must X, except in year 3. So V, W, or Y must be done twice in years 1 and 2? I'm going completely off memory, so sorry if this is inaccurate.

Why don't you read the explanation in the back of the SuperPrep book?

jpSartre

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### Re: Superprep C Game 4

Knockglock wrote:
deputamadre wrote:This was tough. I couldn't make any inferences and resorted to trial and error which was extremely time consuming. Are there any inferences to make off the bat? How did you approach the questions?

This was the game about the 4 cars to 5 factories

That is indeed a tough game. Going off memory, I think the big inference is that X must be followed by Z, and Z must be preceded by X? something like that. Since Z can only be made at 1 factory a year, so must X, except in year 3. So V, W, or Y must be done twice in years 1 and 2? I'm going completely off memory, so sorry if this is inaccurate.

Why don't you read the explanation in the back of the SuperPrep book?

I was going to post this word for word but had enough faith in humanity to believe OP would remember he's doing a superprep game.

Knock

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### Re: Superprep C Game 4

jpSartre wrote:
Knockglock wrote:
deputamadre wrote:This was tough. I couldn't make any inferences and resorted to trial and error which was extremely time consuming. Are there any inferences to make off the bat? How did you approach the questions?

This was the game about the 4 cars to 5 factories

That is indeed a tough game. Going off memory, I think the big inference is that X must be followed by Z, and Z must be preceded by X? something like that. Since Z can only be made at 1 factory a year, so must X, except in year 3. So V, W, or Y must be done twice in years 1 and 2? I'm going completely off memory, so sorry if this is inaccurate.

Why don't you read the explanation in the back of the SuperPrep book?

I was going to post this word for word but had enough faith in humanity to believe OP would remember he's doing a superprep game.

Haha, good point .

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### Re: Superprep C Game 4

Knockglock wrote:
deputamadre wrote:This was tough. I couldn't make any inferences and resorted to trial and error which was extremely time consuming. Are there any inferences to make off the bat? How did you approach the questions?

This was the game about the 4 cars to 5 factories

That is indeed a tough game. Going off memory, I think the big inference is that X must be followed by Z, and Z must be preceded by X? something like that. Since Z can only be made at 1 factory a year, so must X, except in year 3. So V, W, or Y must be done twice in years 1 and 2? I'm going completely off memory, so sorry if this is inaccurate.

Why don't you read the explanation in the back of the SuperPrep book?

I don't have the SuperPrep book. I did a search on TLS and that's a correct inference, but almost impossible to figure out.

jpSartre wrote:
Knockglock wrote:
deputamadre wrote:This was tough. I couldn't make any inferences and resorted to trial and error which was extremely time consuming. Are there any inferences to make off the bat? How did you approach the questions?

This was the game about the 4 cars to 5 factories

That is indeed a tough game. Going off memory, I think the big inference is that X must be followed by Z, and Z must be preceded by X? something like that. Since Z can only be made at 1 factory a year, so must X, except in year 3. So V, W, or Y must be done twice in years 1 and 2? I'm going completely off memory, so sorry if this is inaccurate.

Why don't you read the explanation in the back of the SuperPrep book?

I was going to post this word for word but had enough faith in humanity to believe OP would remember he's doing a superprep game.

and?