Which one of the following could be all of the solos that are traditional pieces?

Ava on March 22 at 07:31PM

Video explanation?

Is there a video explanation for this question? It won’t load. I see from the previous comment made by another student that they were having the same problem. Can someone address this issue?

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Skylar on March 23 at 01:44AM

@shafieiava,

Thanks for letting us know. It appears there should be a video, so there seems to be a technical issue. The fastest way to resolve a support related issue like this is to contact our support staff by tapping "support" from the left menu or by calling 855.483.7862 ext. 2 Monday-Friday 9am-6pm PT.

In the meantime, I would recommend looking at the message board on the following question if you are confused about the game setup. Irina, one of our instructors, posted a great written walkthrough there.

Here is how I approached this specific question after setting up the game:

We are looking for an answer choice that could be a complete list of the T pieces. The most relevant rules are Rule #1 (which states that the third solo is a T piece), Rule #2 (which states that there are exactly two T pieces performed consecutively- no more, no less), and Rule #5 (which states that there must be an M piece before there can be a T piece). With these in mind, let's look to the answer choices:

(A) is incorrect because the first spot cannot be a T solo without violating Rule #5.
(B) is incorrect because it presents a TTT sequence, which violates Rule #2.
(C) is correct and does not violate any of the rules. MMTTM is a valid sequence that shows (C) could be true.
(D) is incorrect because it presents no consecutive T pieces, which violates Rule #2.
(E) is incorrect because it ignores Rule #1, which tells us that the third solo must be a T piece.

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