In/out grouping games based on conditional chains

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In/out grouping games based on conditional chains

Postby ltowns1 » Tue Nov 18, 2014 2:37 pm

When I come up on grouping games that are all about conditional chains, I find that it's easier for me to look at the chains individually then to combine all of them together for some reason. Is it ok if I stick to this or should I learn it the way that I'm assuming most do it, by conditional chain?
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Re: In/out groupping games based on conditional chains

Postby nlee10 » Tue Nov 18, 2014 2:42 pm

ltowns1 wrote:When I come up on grouping games that are all about conditional chains, I find that it's easier for me to look at the chains individually then to combine all of them together for some reason. Is it ok if I stick to this or should I learn it the way that I'm assuming most do it, by conditional chain?


I suppose whatever works for you in the quickest manner. Ever since I discovered you can link up conditional chains on a typical in/out game, I saved a couple minutes.

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Re: In/out groupping games based on conditional chains

Postby Bigfish41 » Tue Nov 18, 2014 2:45 pm

You NEED to combine them, in order to see all the inferences. These are one of my favorite and easier types of games IMO. Why don't you combine them? Are you proficient in conditional logic?

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Re: In/out groupping games based on conditional chains

Postby ltowns1 » Tue Nov 18, 2014 3:00 pm

Bigfish41 wrote:You NEED to combine them, in order to see all the inferences. These are one of my favorite and easier types of games IMO. Why don't you combine them? Are you proficient in conditional logic?


I agree this is my favorite type of game, and because they're easy lol... I can keep everything in my head pretty well when it comes to conditional reasoning.

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Re: In/out grouping games based on conditional chains

Postby Bigfish41 » Tue Nov 18, 2014 3:16 pm

Whatever works for you, but during the test day pressure you might forget some stuff. I would suggest writing them down just in case


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