## Linear Games question

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epokei

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### Linear Games question

Hi. I've just started studying "LSAT LOGIC GAME BIBLE" and doing the easy drill(If you have it, it is page35 and No8)
I understood the answer explanation. But the addtional question came up.
If you could help me, I will really appreciate it.

Question from the Drill
If A sits next to B, then B does not sit next to C.

ABC nor CBA cannot be in a row.
But ACB and BCA are still possible.

My question is how about "BAC"? The book did not mention it.
Is this still possible?

anonymiB

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Joined: Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:49 pm

### Re: Linear Games question

epokei wrote:Hi. I've just started studying "LSAT LOGIC GAME BIBLE" and doing the easy drill(If you have it, it is page35 and No8)
I understood the answer explanation. But the addtional question came up.
If you could help me, I will really appreciate it.

Question from the Drill
If A sits next to B, then B does not sit next to C.

ABC nor CBA cannot be in a row.
But ACB and BCA are still possible.

My question is how about "BAC"? The book did not mention it.
Is this still possible?

If you ask me you are over thinking it. Yes that is still possible, but just because they didn't say it isn't doesn't make it not possible. You will see this type of thing in every logic game you come across, in my opinion.

epokei

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### Re: Linear Games question

Ok, I will keep in mind your advice.
Thank you for the answer though.

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