## Pure Sequencing PT4 & PT6

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epokei

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### Pure Sequencing PT4 & PT6

PT4 1992 Feb. LG Game#1 Q4. (or if you are working on the "PowerScore LSAT Game Type Training", pg.76)
How do you do this? Who should I look for for the same salary as Nassar's or I don't even have to know that?

This is how I diagram:
K-I-F-M-G-J-H
K-L-N

PT6 1992 Oct. LG Game#2 Q.10 and Q12 (or "PowerScore LSAT Game Type Training", pg.77)
Q10. I simply don't understand what the question means....

Q12. Why not (A)two? L and P is the only numbers that I can determine since I don't know the N or J's relation....

This is how I diagram:
L-P-N
L-P-J-O-K-M

Thank you.

TMC116

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### Re: Pure Sequencing PT4 & PT6

PT4 1992 Feb. LG Game#1 Q4. (or if you are working on the "PowerScore LSAT Game Type Training", pg.76)
How do you do this? Who should I look for for the same salary as Nassar's or I don't even have to know that?

This is how I diagram:
K-I-F-M-G-J-H
K-L-N

PT6 1992 Oct. LG Game#2 Q.10 and Q12 (or "PowerScore LSAT Game Type Training", pg.77)
Q10. I simply don't understand what the question means....

Q12. Why not (A)two? L and P is the only numbers that I can determine since I don't know the N or J's relation....

This is how I diagram:
L-P-N
L-P-J-O-K-M

Thank you.

I did this game today actually. Weird.

To answer your first question, it doesn't matter who has the same salary as Nassar. Pick any one you like and it will work out fine. (i remember the answer, so it doesn't make any difference). Give it a shot and then you'll see when you go through the answer choices

I don't have the other games in front of me so i'd have to look over it before getting back to you.

epokei

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Joined: Thu Dec 23, 2010 8:22 pm

### Re: Pure Sequencing PT4 & PT6

Thank you! I guess I have forgotten the 2nd rule:"Lopez's salary is greater than Nassar's." and yes I did get it.

I still need the help for PT6 if anyone could explain.

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