Miscellaneous Questions

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Miscellaneous Questions

Postby brickman » Sat May 29, 2010 6:57 pm

Please feel free to offer help with any or all, but please not neither. :)

Thanks a bunch in advance, I am truly appreciative.

Edit: I've added the page number for the games which appear in the book entitled "The Next 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests"

First,

PrepTest 29 game 2 (Page 33) posed a problem to me, I wasn't sure if there were any significant inferences to make that would have made this game any easier.
Edit: I did a brute force of this game this afternoon, turns out there are only 4 possible H/J combos for 1 and 4 possible H/J combos for 2. Still not sure if there is an easier way to do this.

Next,

What would the contrapositive of this statement look like:

If Fleure left any message, Pasquale and Theodore did also, all of Pasquale's preceding any of Theodore's.

Next,

PrepTest 31 game 2 (Page 85) seemed like it had an enormous amount of conditional statements to handle (seems to be a common theme in grouping games). The only truly significant inference that I got from the game was that the presence of any type of rap excluded any type of jazz or soul. It was a good limiting inference, but I wasn't sure if there were any others.

Next,

PrepTest 31 game 4 (Page 87) seemed very confusing and hard, I did well on it by sheer luck and didn't particularly understand it.

Next,

What would the contrapositive of this statement look like:

If both French plays are selected, then the Russian play is not selected.

Would it just look like: Rp -> Fp <--/--> Fp?

Next,

PrepTest 34 game 4 (Page 213) had a sizable number of complicated conditional statements, any suggestions out there how to deal with this (or do I simply need to keep studying?)?

Lastly,

What would the conditional as well as the contrapositive of this statement look like:

If the stand carries watermelons, then it carries figs or tangerines or both.

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Re: Miscellaneous Questions

Postby brickman » Sun May 30, 2010 1:16 pm

Bump, I added the page number for the questions to make it easier for those who would potentially help me.

The conditional statements are also very accessible, just not to me...yet.




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