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October 2008 LSAT
If Richardson is on the same team as Veracruz, then for exactly how many of the students can it be determined which o...
on May 7, 2020
Why not 4?
Why is it two and not four?
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on May 8, 2020
Hi Audrey, thanks for the question.
The answer to this question is 2 as opposed to 4 because except for L(Opening) and S(Final), the other variables have the option to switch between opening and final within their respective slots.
R and V can switch with each other, while M and G can do the same with each other.
I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any other questions or would like me to elaborate further.