Prep test 51 Logic Games, Game #3

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Prep test 51 Logic Games, Game #3

Postby dsb83 » Wed Sep 01, 2010 4:04 pm

I missed 14 and 15 on this game. I assume you have to figure out which tracks can be rock classics and which can be new compositions. To me, the two rules that deal with this only tell that a rock classic is in six and a new composition is in five. I do not see how you can deduce anything about the other positions. Am I missing something? Did I misinterpret the rule? If it said that each new composition is immediately preceded by a rock classic in addition to the stated rule, then I can understand the correct answers to 14 and 15. It does not say that, and I don't see how you can assume that.

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Re: Prep test 51 Logic Games, Game #3

Postby Cambridge LSAT » Wed Sep 01, 2010 5:10 pm

Since neither the first nor the seventh track (due to the fourth rule) can be immediately preceded by a new composition, both of them must be new compositions. Here's what you can deduce from the rules:

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