Which one of the following could be a complete and accurate list of the members of the crew?

Jamesio on March 29, 2018

Possibilties

I completed this game, but had a bit of difficulty with it before I watched the explanation video. Just out of curiosity, when could we know or what are some hints in a game that we should approach it using possibilities as with this one? I guess I'm not sure if this is just a very unique game that allowed this. Would this be considered a Guru Game?

3 Replies

Jamesio on March 29, 2018

missing an "i" in my subject line haha, gotta stop pulling all nighters

Dustin on April 26 at 04:11PM

I am confused about the 4-1 option. I understand that it says "at most three days",but in the conditions it says that " At least one task is done each day."
Could your explain???

Ravi on April 26 at 04:44PM

@jamesio,

Great question. Generally speaking, when you're given a large number
of rules that work in concert with each other, it usually means that
you can approach the game using possibilities, as you suggest. There's
no hard and fast rule, and the thing about logic games is that there
are often multiple ways to solve the game. As you continue to do more
games, you'll develop a stronger intuition for how you can set up
various games.

@noname,

I'm not sure what you're referring to when you say 4-1 option, but if
it's pertaining to why (B) is correct for question 1, I'm happy to
help.

We arrive at (B) as the correct answer because (A), (C), (D), and (E)
are all missing workers that can complete a particular task that needs
to get done. (A) is missing a worker that can do wallboarding (L or
O), (C) is missing a worker that can do taping (G or L), (D) is
missing a worker that can do taping (G or L), and (E) is missing a
worker that can do framing (K or I).

Does this make sense? Let us know if you have any more questions!