## PT46 section 4 last LG

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luckyme

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### PT46 section 4 last LG

can anyone give me a setup? It's not that hard but I don't think I diagrammed it correctly--I had to brute it

luckyme

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### Re: PT46 section 4 last LG

bump

2011Law

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### Re: PT46 section 4 last LG

there honestly just isn't much to set up. I did this:

1. _ _ _
2. _ _ _
3. _ _ _

~(FG)
~(HI)

M* P* (I put a star on them to remember that one of them had to be on all three committees, since the others can't do it of course).

Anomaly

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### Re: PT46 section 4 last LG

Two optionos might make it easier to visualize. I think I just mentally tested the choices against these options.

M M M
_ _ _
_ _ _

P P P
_ _ _
_ _ _

luckyme

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### Re: PT46 section 4 last LG

thanks both, i actually drew both of these diagrams when i did it as well...just wondered if i missed something

aevea

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### Re: PT46 section 4 last LG

I know this is "interpretive" and could lead some people to bad deductions, but I thought of this game in terms of the "president" and the "vice-president". One of the committee members (M or P) has to be on all three committees: so define one slot on each for the president "M/P". Another member (the vp) has to be on two of the three committees.

Doing well on the games depends on putting complex information together in a way that you can remember/access efficiently. One way to do that is to make a cohesive diagram, another way is to make a "narrative" (see PT52, Passage 2).