I made the deduction on this game with 4 pieces of furniture being selected out of 5.
Then, a rule said v-->~f so that means that the other three pieces will be used and the last one to figure out that is in is that one of v and f.
However great that was for me, I was confused by the last rule of all things. "Exactly two of the items she buys are made of the same kind of wood as each other."
So if exactly two items are made of the same kind of wood as each other we have this essentially...
X wood, X wood, Y wood, Z wood.
Do I have this rule down? If exactly two items have the same kind of wood, then all of the other furniture items must have different woods from each other.
And for future reference, and equally important, if this game were to include selecting 5 of 6 pieces hypothetically, would this rule preclude having two of a kind and three of a different kind, such as this...
X wood, X wood, Y wood, Y wood, Y wood.
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