February 1992 LSAT Section 3 Question 6
Ravi on June 7, 2019@Jfulop,
Emily on July 9, 2020I am still a little confused on why we did not include N. In the rule, it say L is tied with N, so once we put L in our new chain for this problem ( K-I-L(N)-F-M-G-....), why didnt we include it after L. instead, when i watched the video explanation, they put it after G
on December 19, 2020I think we don't include N because we're asked to see if it's possible for G to hold a place. We don't have to disprove anything here (which is what I think adding N would do). We're trying to do the opposite (just prove that it can work out in a case) so that is why we intentionally leave out N and place that after G because there's no rule telling us that we can't do that.