LSAT PrepTest 73 Logic Game 3 (September 2014) seventeenth century families Trents buildings – 7Sage
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LSAT PrepTest 73 Logic Game 3
September 2014 LSAT
During the seventeenth century, three families—the Trents, the Williamses, and the Yandells—owned the five buildings that constituted the center of their village—the forge, the granary, the inn, the mill, and the stable.
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Can you please show the entire questions?
This game made me think of Warcraft 2 lol
I solved question 15 a bit differently – knowing that (a) Y must own 1 building, (b) W must own more buildings than Y (so either 2 or 3), and (c) the possible distribs are 2-2-1 or 3-1-1, it sort of seemed to me that this question might be asking how T could muck up the W/Y dynamic. If T owns I, then T must also own S (to satisfy the final rule, since Y doesn’t own I). Then if T owns any other building in addition to these two, we’ll be in the 3-1-1 distrib (with T owning 3, and T owning I having been the catalyst) and it won’t be possible for W to own more buildings than Y. So I was looking for answers with I and something other than S.
Who gave this guy a thumbs down? How miserable do you have to be studying for the LSAT that you thumbs a succinct and accurate debrief of the game?