Which one of the following is an acceptable schedule of destinations for Freedom, in order from week 1 through week 7?

Lauryn on July 6, 2017

Questions 11-17

I need help with trying to map out how to approach these questions. I don't understand the layout of the question.

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Mehran on July 6, 2017

@lauryndurham you can watch the videos for the setup and each question by tapping the "play" icon in the top right hand corner of the screen while viewing this game in LSATMax.

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Rakhi on May 17, 2018

PLZZ help me in understanding question!!!!

First on January 11 at 05:31PM

The passages don't match up with the questions

Ravi on January 11 at 08:11PM

@Dpotts324, have you tried refreshing your app? The questions are
appearing fine on my iPad (they correspond to the layout of the game).

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Happy to go over this question as well. To the person who posted the
question: please put your name next time so that I can tag you so you
receive a notification on the question. It'll help improve our ability
to make sure we're helping you fully grasp the question.

The question asks us to find an answer that is an acceptable schedule
of destinations for Freedom, in order from week 1 through week 7. The
key to answering this question is to use the rules given to us to
eliminate the incorrect answer choices. This strategy works extremely
well.

Our rules are

1) /J4
2) T7
3) M-G-M w/ at least 1 G between the 2 Ms
4) J - ->GJ
5) /XX

Let's eliminate answers based on our rules. Rule 1 says J can't go in
4. This is incompatible with answer D (which has J in 4), so we can
eliminate D.

Rule 2 says T is in 7. Answer E has M in 7, so we can get rid of it.

For rule 3, we're looking for exactly 2 Ms with at least 1 G in
between them. Answer B has 2 Ms with no G between them, so we can get
rid of it.

Rule 4 says if we see a J, G has to come right before it. Answer E has
G with a T before it, so we can get rid of it.

We're left with only one answer choice, which is A. This is our
correct answer, as it does not violate any of the game's rules.

Does this make sense? Let us know if you have more questions!