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BrandyL on July 12, 2019

Sequencing Video - Larger Chain Sequence

When you began to do the larger chain sequence, why didn't you start at rule 1? Im confused as to how I combine all rules when doing a larger chain of sequence. Also, in question 14, answer choice B, how did you determine there could be 2 people before Hodges? Im really confused. Thanks in Advance for your help.

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Ravi on July 12, 2019

@BrandyL, could you clarify which game you're referring to in the sequencing video? I'm not sure which one you're talking about, so if you could let us know so we could look at it, that'd be great. Thanks!

BrandyL on July 12, 2019

It's sequencing games, number #14.

BrandyL on July 12, 2019

Intro to games video

Ravi on July 30, 2019

@BrandyL,

Thanks for letting me know.

Naz didn't start with the first rule in making her chain because rule
3 had the most variables. That said, it doesn't matter which rule you
start with; it's just personal preference. You'll get the same result
no matter what. Just start with any rule and then use rules that
include variables from your initial rule. Keep going until you've used
all of the rules, and you'll have a big chain.

For #14, we know (B) is out because it's possible that K and J could
go before H, so H could go in 1963. (C) must be false because G has 4
people before it, and (C) is saying that G goes 4th, which it can't
(it must go 5th or later). We determined this by looking at the chain.
K and J have no relationship to H. They could both go before or after
H, so this is why (B) could be true.

Does that make sense? Let us know if you have any other questions!