If Nottingham is visited on Thursday, which one of the following must be true?

tomgbean on December 11, 2019


Why couldn't L be out in this question? Also, according to the contrapositive of rule number three is it true that if NS------->not L? In other words, if N and S are consecutive then L is out? Is N and S part of rule three or are they not related to L...if they are related to L then all options for the question choice was possible so none of them had to be true. I think that is what confused me.

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Irina on December 12, 2019


These are two separate rules, and L could be out in this question. N&S must both be visited but not consecutively, there is no relationship to L.

sprozes on December 12, 2019

I thought they were related to L due to the fact that they are on the same the two rules are on the same line

Skylar on January 14, 2020


When reading game rules, it is often helpful to pay attention to sentences as opposed to lines. Since the rule "If Lakeville is visited, then it is visited on Wednesday" is a different sentence than "Nottingham and Sunnyside are both visited, but not on consecutive days," we should be inclined to treat them separately. Moreover, since there are no similar variables or conditional language connecting the two sentences, it would be impossible to combine them into one rule.

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