tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10294095.post2371876418422160564..comments2023-02-06T13:40:36.593-05:00Comments on LSAT Blog: LSAT Unplugged YouTube / Podcast: PrepTest 58 - Summer School Courses Logic Game, ExplanationUnknownnoreply@blogger.comBlogger8125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10294095.post-12482111434283991682021-02-11T01:29:00.113-05:002021-02-11T01:29:00.113-05:00Heya i’m for the first time here. I found this boa...Heya i’m for the first time here. I found this board and I to find It truly helpful & it helped me out a lot. I hope to provide something back and aid others such as you helped me. <a href="https://tuscursosenoferta.com/" rel="nofollow">Cursos gratis</a><br />abdulseohttps://www.blogger.com/profile/14453300503857989858noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10294095.post-27726827839664170712017-10-04T10:49:51.780-04:002017-10-04T10:49:51.780-04:00What do you mean none of variables are involved mu...What do you mean none of variables are involved multiple times? Aren't both S and P mentioned in two not-both relationships?Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10294095.post-91484661564830129542010-05-11T18:56:32.966-04:002010-05-11T18:56:32.966-04:00Hey briahn,
As I said above:
I'm choosing t...Hey briahn,<br /><br />As I said above: <br /><br />I'm choosing these particular pairs because none of these conflicts overlap.<br /><br />What I mean is - none of these conflicts mention the same variables - none of the variables are involved multiple times in the conflicts that I've chosen.<br /><br />Hope this helps.Steve Schwartzhttp://lsatblog.blogspot.com/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10294095.post-5367888405931494672010-05-07T21:28:41.971-04:002010-05-07T21:28:41.971-04:00Hi Steve,
I just found this blog and have been pr...Hi Steve,<br /><br />I just found this blog and have been preparing for the June LSAT. I had a quick question on this game. How did y ou determine which variable combos to put in the "Out" Group - ie the w/p, m/t, h/s options. I cant say that I would have done the same, and looking at your explanation, doing so would have saved me a lot of time. <br /><br />Thank you!briahnhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/03781420145573958720noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10294095.post-65186517375475247042010-01-30T13:01:38.413-05:002010-01-30T13:01:38.413-05:00As for your final question, I can't recall any...As for your final question, I can't recall any games quite like this one.Steve Schwartzhttp://lsatblog.blogspot.com/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10294095.post-83468216666522185582010-01-21T00:23:54.895-05:002010-01-21T00:23:54.895-05:00Glad you're enjoying the blog!
As you noted f...Glad you're enjoying the blog!<br /><br />As you noted for #21, the 4-3 diagram is invalid because S and W can't both be in. This means that we can only consider the 3-4 diagram for this question, where M, one of S/W, and L are all in. I've made this more explicit in the explanation above in case anyone was confused.<br /><br />For #23, answer choice A does not have the same effect as answer choice B. If answer choice A *replaces* the rule that M conflicts with both P and T, we will now be able to have situations like:<br /><br />IN: MPS<br />OUT: HLTW<br /><br />This would not have been acceptable under the original rules, but it is acceptable when A replaces the M <--/--> P, T rule. Therefore, it does not have the same effect.<br /><br />Hope this helps!Steve Schwartzhttp://lsatblog.blogspot.com/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10294095.post-15925954605671208722010-01-20T18:30:14.660-05:002010-01-20T18:30:14.660-05:00Also, what are some other games similar to this on...Also, what are some other games similar to this one we can practice with? I like your idea to set up the variables without multiple conflicts and then leaving two extra rules to remember at the bottom of your diagram. That certainly helps weed through all the details. Thanks again!Anonhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06085783670762574272noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10294095.post-22895629383373890452010-01-20T18:28:53.574-05:002010-01-20T18:28:53.574-05:00Hi Steve,
Thanks for all you do! I have a coupl...Hi Steve, <br /><br />Thanks for all you do! I have a couple of questions if you have time to get back to this..<br /><br />In #21, your 4-3 diagram incudes both S and W. Considering that S and W cannot both be in, can we use that diagram to draw a valid conclusion that can be used to answer the question?<br /><br />And in regards to #23, answer B certainly says what we are looking for, but is the effect not the same as that given by answer A? And how do we differentiate between these two answers? I assume LSAC is looking for the BEST answer always, but they seem to have the "same effect," as the question asks for.<br /><br />Thanks a ton for your hard work!Anonhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06085783670762574272noreply@blogger.com