## Relative Ordering/Sequencing Games in PT's 52 & 53

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cause8191

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### Relative Ordering/Sequencing Games in PT's 52 & 53

These "either . . . or" constraints are very confusing to me in this type of game, which would otherwise be very easy. I am having trouble putting them into my diagrams.

Also, if the rules in this type of game are using conditional logic, is it wise to create multiple diagrams? Should I create multiple diagrams for the either/or constraints? I wanted to try this but I figured I would end up with too many possible diagrams, so I just put the conditionals off to side.

Any suggestions?

Nova

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### Re: Relative Ordering/Sequencing Games in PT's 52 & 53

I dont have those PTs in front of me, but I always made multiple templates for "either...or..." rules.

Same with conditional logic, if there were a finite and manageable amount of templates, I would draw them out .

It seemed to work out.

Others' methods may vary.

cause8191

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### Re: Relative Ordering/Sequencing Games in PT's 52 & 53

I think this should answer my question.

cause8191

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### Re: Relative Ordering/Sequencing Games in PT's 52 & 53

I actually find this site very helpful. It explains every game from PT 19-66.

http://7sage.com/logic-game-explanations/

Throttle

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### Re: Relative Ordering/Sequencing Games in PT's 52 & 53

Lsatblog has free LG explanations for pt29-67
http://lsatblog.blogspot.com.es/p/lsat- ... s.html?m=0

cause8191

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### Re: Relative Ordering/Sequencing Games in PT's 52 & 53

Throttle wrote:Lsatblog has free LG explanations for pt29-67
http://lsatblog.blogspot.com.es/p/lsat- ... s.html?m=0

Thanks. Looks entertaining.