Rule Substitution
Hi! Can you please explain how to solve this substitution question? I went with the answer choice...
on May 4 at 10:48PM
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q13
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Why not B?
I could see why E works but I don't see how B cannot. Can you please explain?
Andrew on May 4 at 10:47PM
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q13
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Whats wrong with B?
Same question as previous... I see that E can be the answer but why is B incorrect?
on May 4 at 10:46PM
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q13
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I’m so confused
I do not understand how P can be in bouquet 1 and in bouquet 2. How does this not violate the rul...
Justlynn on May 4 at 10:43PM
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q21
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I don't understand why A is right
If L and R in group 2, this is how I proceed: Group 3 must have S and group, and group 2 and ...
on May 4 at 10:42PM
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q22
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game setup organization
I see that colored pencils are used for organizing different games piece set up and questions. Ar...
Samantha on February 16, 2023
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q8
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Why does G have to be owned by the Williams?
Can't G be owned by the Trents in a 1-1-3 scenario?
on August 16, 2022
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q16
5
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Video link broken
The video link for this question is broken, can you please update? Thanks!
Daniel on January 12, 2021
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q13
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why C over E??
This was hard for me to decide because they both seem like they need to be true....because of the...
on January 9, 2021
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q2
1
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Explanation
Can someone please explain why A cannot be true? Thanks
on August 11, 2020
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q10
1
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Error in video
Hi team, In the video explanation for this game, on question 19 (the first question for this game...
Hannah on September 27, 2019
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q19
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This is impossible, or i've missed something?
In a time + grouping game of two groups neither x nor y can be before z, question 12 asks if Y s...
Ryan on May 9, 2019
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q12
3
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approach
How should one approach a question like this?
Miguel on February 4, 2018
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q7
1
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Approach
What is the best way to approach this question?
Miguel on February 4, 2018
  • September 2014 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q9
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