Answer Key needed for PT 24 (Dec. 97) - Section 1 - LGs

Sesame_Jesus
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Answer Key needed for PT 24 (Dec. 97) - Section 1 - LGs

Postby Sesame_Jesus » Sun Aug 23, 2009 5:19 pm

Can someone post the answers for the LGs in PrepTest 24 (December 1997). It's Section I. 23 questions.

Thanks in advance to whoever is awesome enough to do it

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MBZags
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Re: Answer Key needed for PT 24 (Dec. 97) - Section 1 - LGs

Postby MBZags » Sun Aug 23, 2009 5:30 pm

The LG is Section 4 on Test 24?

Nonetheless,

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Re: Answer Key needed for PT 24 (Dec. 97) - Section 1 - LGs

Postby greg11a » Fri Jun 04, 2010 8:37 am

Can anyone supply some help for the setup on Game #4 in section #4 of the December 1997 test?
Grouping - Defined Overloaded are the only games I cant master in a reasonable amount of time.

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Re: Answer Key needed for PT 24 (Dec. 97) - Section 1 - LGs

Postby Cambridge LSAT » Fri Jun 04, 2010 11:28 am

greg11a wrote:Can anyone supply some help for the setup on Game #4 in section #4 of the December 1997 test?
Grouping - Defined Overloaded are the only games I cant master in a reasonable amount of time.

This game is somewhat unique among in/out games because the rules preclude two of the variables (F and N) from being selected in any scenario. You can set up templates based on the distributions, and there are only five solutions.
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Re: Answer Key needed for PT 24 (Dec. 97) - Section 1 - LGs

Postby groberts » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:49 am

Thanks, Cambridge LSAT, for the diagram. I just got on here to figure this one out too. Aced the other three in the section but completely bombed this one. I didn't set up any hypos, just tried to solve by running through rules, but I ran out of time.

Now I need to figure out when setting up scenarios is the right way to go on a problem.




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