If the third digit of an acceptable product code is not 0, which one of the following must be true?

Tay on October 22, 2017

There are two possible answers

both 1 or 3 can be the answers

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dtchanturia on November 18, 2017

My confusion with every single question is and always was the following:
When we answer the first question it is always derived from the initial question and is fairly easy to answer, because we can eliminate the answers by its initial rules. What happens to the second, third etc, questions? Do we base the answers upon the initial question or give it separate answers based on the same rules?
Considering the initial rules that still apply to all questions?

Mehran on November 21, 2017

@Tay I'm not sure I am understanding your question here but there is definitely only one right answer. Please feel free to clarify your question if you would like us to explain further.

You can also watch the video explanation for this question by tapping the play icon in the top right corner when viewing the question inside of LSATMax.

In terms of the approach question, you definitely can apply your initial setup to the questions that follow.

Obviously, some questions will add additional restrictions and you must account for those.

The way we approach the game in the video explanations is exactly how we would approach the game on the actual LSAT.

Hope that helps! Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Emil-Kunkin on March 22, 2023

Following questions can be made easier using our rules, deductions, and scenarios if we choose to make them