LSAT PrepTest 21 Logic Game 4 Full Tutorial (Questions 18-24)
A full tutorial of Logic Game 4 from LSAT PrepTest 21, administered in December 1996.
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Is it worth splitting the board for the two K options?
I think technically HJ is not a block. It's a conditional statement where IF J THEN H precedes J. But you COULD have H w/o a J behind it.
3:34 inaccuracy. G cannot repeat so actually G cannot be in the fourth row.
Why can’t G repeat? If it did it would either carry an O with it and O cannot repeat or it would carry a J which would carry an H, violating the rule about only one repeat. By similar logic, J cannot repeat.
So we know that G has to either be with the solitary HJ pair or with the O in row 3. Further we know that row four cannot contain J,G, or O.