Hey everyone- Long time troll here first time poster
I'm currently studying for lsats and came across a logic game from February 1994 where I believe there is a mistake on the part of the "makers".
The question asks: If O is selected for the first Sunday, which one of the following is a concerto that must also be selected:
The correct listed answer is (B), and I can see how (B) can be correct. That is, if O is first then J cannot be selected because O, under the condition proposed in the question stem, is first. And, since 2 of H, J, and K, must be selected, and since J cannot be selected with O, then naturally K must occur.
However, I can also see how (D) can be correct. My reasoning for why (D) can be correct is as follows: If O is selected then M cannot be selected, and if M is not selected then N must be selected. Does anyone see how my reasoning may be flawed? Thanks!
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