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LSAT Blog – PrepTest 72 Logic Game 4 – Summit Company Workpieces (June 2014 LSAT)

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  1. Least favorite game I have come across so far, this is a tough one to diagram!

  2. Haven’t been stuck on a game since the 90’s pattern games. Looks like I’ll have to bite the bullet and study for these 😅…

  3. Thank you so much for your thorough explanation on this one!! Definitely helps process these pattern games piece by pieve

  4. I do not understand the answer to question 21. If one workpiece were to be used in a configuration that went : K L K L, this would necessitate having the same employee work on multiple workpieces on the same day, a possibility which is precluded by the rules.

  5. Hi, sorry, there is still a lot about this I do not understand, especially about how many restrictions you've put on the game: so on a given day all the employees need to be working if it is 1-4 down, M-TH across? Is that the "on any given day, an employee works on exactly one workpiece"? I think that is where I am misunderstanding, because I took it as one person works on 4 things on that day. Given that, how do you come to the conlcusion that M can not transfer to K or L? The restriction is only that J can not transfer to M. Which, granted, I understand means that M is the only one that can transfer to J, but how does it mean that it can not transfer to the others? Or is that something we would need to deduce based on the "on a given day, an employee works on exactly one workpiece" bid? So, for example, if in either diagram you went from L–>M, even if it starts with a J on Monday, does that mean M must go to J? No matter what? How would that effect the rest of the column? So: J–>L–>M–>J? But aso, it seems to be the case that you have to have all 4 employees working at least once a week, so how does 21 become plausible? Is it because it gave an extra restriction (that restriction being only rwo employees can work?), but if that is the case it goes back to my previous question about my inability to understand how we came to the conclusion of M being unable to transfer to anything besides J. Thank you in advanced!

  6. Honestly, this guy is great. I like to set up a split screen of the LawHub practice exam and these videos.

  7. This one was tough. The way it was explained, I wasn't sure how to diagram this. Started off thinking it was four projects that were being worked on each day

  8. But how do you know it is ok to just put all the pieces down on the board like that from the very start?

  9. Life changing video, I've been thinking about this problem for literally months. Thank you for freeing me from my mental prison. Great explanation!

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