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June 2018 LSAT
If Grant is a nominee for councillor, which one of the following must be true?
on September 17 at 01:53PM
Why is E the correct answer?
on September 17 at 05:09PM
The game requires us to select four out of six potential nominees - F G H J K L -for four positions: 1 M, 1 T, and 2 C.
The question asks us which of the following must be true if G is a nominee for C.
We can infer that if G is a nominee, F is not a nominee per rule (1):
If F is a nominee, then G is not a nominee, we can infer from that rule that:
If G is a nominee, then F is not a nominee.
We can then infer that is F is not a nominee, H must be a nominee for treasurer per rule (3):
Either F or H must be a nominee for treasurer.
F is not a nominee.
H must be a nominee for T.
Therefore, we can conclude that (E) must be true.
Let me know if this makes sense and if you have any further questions.
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