LSAT PrepTest 74 Logic Game 4 (December 2014) photography graduation Silva University - 7Sage -

LSAT PrepTest 74 Logic Game 4 (December 2014) photography graduation Silva University – 7Sage

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LSAT PrepTest 74 Logic Game 4
December 2014 LSAT

The manager of a photography business must assign at least two photographers to each of two graduation ceremonies— one at Silva University and the other at Thorne University.


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  1. Tremendous job on this one; it stumped me.

  2. This one was extremely difficult for me but you really helped me out. Thank you!

  3. Regarding Q#23, I see how C is obviously correct, but I'm having a hard time seeing why answer E is not correct. I notated this rule as follows: "H(notT) or M(notT) –> K(T)." Isn't this the exact contrapositive of the original rule: "K(notT) –> H(T) and M(T)"?

  4. This is very helpful, thank you!

    I’ve seen a lot of people talk about splitting the games up into different scenarios—or worlds, as you say—but they didn’t explain how they chose which rule to use clearly. Some are obvious, some aren’t.

    But your explanation makes it clear. We’re basically just looking for any binary scenario, like the FH block, and any rule that will determine where a lot of elements go. In this case, when combined with rule one, that’s rule three.

    That’s so simple.

  5. Is solving this game and questions in 12 minutes acceptable?

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