February 1995 Test 14 Game 1

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IWantUWO
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February 1995 Test 14 Game 1

Postby IWantUWO » Fri Apr 10, 2009 10:23 pm

How do you set this game up with the Powerscore Method. My mind is definitely blown, since I don't get the setup on what is supposed to be a relatively easy (grouping, balanced) game.

cantop
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Re: February 1995 Test 14 Game 1

Postby cantop » Sat Apr 11, 2009 11:24 am

Numerical distribution is very important in this game. Here's the setup:

Employees: FGHKL
Positions: PMT

H,K, and L are randoms. You should focus on F and G. F must always be a technician. G could be either president or manager.

Possible Fixed Numerical Distributions:
P:1 1
M:2 1
T:2 3

P_] <---one president only
M
T F

1-2-2 Distribution:
P
↓ ↓
M M
↓ ↓
T T
Here G must be president, since, according to the last rule, G must supervise 2 employees


1-1-3 Distribution:
P→T

M→T

T
Here G is either president or manager.

*Arrows pointing toward a variable indicate that the variable is supervised.

Hope this helps! Let me know if you need any clarification...

WWAD
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Re: February 1995 Test 14 Game 1

Postby WWAD » Sat Apr 10, 2010 1:57 pm

I just got stuck on this same one, thanks.




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