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LSAT Logic Games | Or, but not both | Ordering / Sequencing | Scenarios

Kevin Lin – Luminate LSAT
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“Or, but not both” is a tricky rule in LSAT ordering games. Learn how to make this rule easy.

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6 Comments

  1. How do we do it if there is more than one 'or but not both' situations?

  2. This is gonna have me drawing little pictures. lol

  3. For rule #3 over Nanders having more or less votes, would it be good to diagram the logical equivalent of that rule. And if so, what is it?? Contrapositives confuse me with ordering sequences.

  4. Woops, nevermind. Logical equivalents are for conditional logic, like the if…then. My bad.

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