Which one of the following, if substituted for the condition that Kuno cannot be a nominee for councillor, would have...

Jonathan on January 9 at 05:28AM

Logic Games

How do you solve these types of logic game questions?

2 Replies

Irina on January 10 at 12:43AM

@jtbean,

To answer the substitution question, you have to look at the effect of the original rule and see which of the answer rules would result in the same inference. For this game, we have 6 people - F G H J K L - that are nominated to 4 posts - M T C C.

The rules tell us that:
(1) F/G or neither
(2) H(c) - > J (m)
~J(m) -> ~H (c)
(3) T = F v H
(4) K = ~C
This last rule tells us that K can neither be a nominee for C nor for T per rule 3, hence if he is one of the nominees, he could only be a nominee for M (answer choice E)

Skylar on January 19 at 11:15AM

@jtbean,

Rule substitution questions like these are discussed in one of our past Logic Games Office Hours that you can watch here:
https://zoom.us/rec/play/ucZ8c-irq243G9OdtASDUKRwW467ffms1yQd-_pey0bjBnhWZAGjY7URM6njonyB3w36SKnP7nWyp9Y?startTime=1578088142000

If you're looking for additional practice with these, here is a list of more rule substitution questions:
Oct 2010 G2 Q11
Dec 2010 G1 Q6
Oct 2011 G2 Q12
Dec 2011 G4 Q23
June 2012 G2 Q11
June 2013 G3 Q17
Oct 2013 G1 Q7
Dec 2013 G1 Q5
Dec 2013 G3 Q16
June 2014 G2 Q12
Sept 2014 G2 Q13
Dec 2014 G4 Q23
June 2015 G3 Q18
Oct 2015 G4 Q23
Dec 2015 G4 Q23
June 2016 G4 Q23
Dec 2016 G2 Q11
June 2017 G1 Q6
June 2017 G4 Q23
Sept 2017 G1 Q7
Dec 2017 G3 Q17
Dec 2017 G4 Q23
June 2018 G3 Q17
Sept 2018 G1 Q6
Nov 2018 G1 Q6

Hope that helps!