It should be 4
If you put down V or R, regardless of the position in which you place them, it requires that G is...
Kyle on October 30 at 07:00PM
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How is D correct?
Isn't 3 and 4 interchangeable to J/L? Or can you not have consecutive same letters?
on July 9 at 04:55PM
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Explanation
Can someone please explain the right answer?
Zia on August 5, 2020
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Why does this not work?
I cant figure out why the following would not work, where the HJ block is between the Ls JLHJL...
Isabella on July 27, 2020
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Response to video explanation
Rather than trying each option, couldn't you deduce that since L and S have to be the first two s...
Michelle on July 9, 2020
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Confused
First, I would like to note that in another comment on this question, Mehran says there will be a...
Kadeem on July 8, 2020
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Help please
Can I get an explanation for the setup and how the answer is 6
Kadeem on July 8, 2020
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Why not 4?
Why is it two and not four?
Audrey on May 8, 2020
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Can we get some help on this game?
On the surface, this should seem to be a simple sequencing game. For me, it was anything but. C...
on December 24, 2019
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PT 55, S4, Q23
Can we get a video on this? The whole "on-board" vs "getting off" throws me off. Thank you!
Sean on October 3, 2018
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Can You Possibly Post Video Explanation Please?
I have no idea what this games structure is supposed to look like... Is this a multilinear game?
Gilbert on September 15, 2014
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Disturbing associates
How is that must be true? It's could be true, right? H 1 6| J 2 3/4| L 4/3 5|
Leila on July 25, 2013
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Disturbing associates
I get: from grab-a-rule H 3 4| J 1 5| L 2| So j1 to h3 = one space But why not two? H 4 ...
Leila on July 25, 2013
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