October 2010 LSAT Section 4 Question 22
Max on September 6, 2018@lizd since we know there are at least two spots between H & M, we have either H _ _ M or M _ _ H. Let's try H _ _ M first.
Ryan on June 17, 2019so once you have H in the seventh spot, then M must be in the fourth spot. But now you have no place for J. so you violate a rule either way. there should be no correct answer here.
Ravi on June 17, 2019@Maybeillgetlucky,
Monique on March 15 at 01:12PMThanks for the written instruction... Yes, it does help with highlighting H and M can have more than 2 spaces between them. I was stuck on this concept.