Extreme Links Question pg. 461 in second edition of the Trainer

    • September 9, 2017 at 1:23 pm #3300

      Looking at the first grouping, the my diagram was
      F–> L–> S (cp: /S–>/L /S–>/F /L–>/F)
      T–> S & R (cp: /S or /R –> /T)
      /F–> J (cp:/J–>F) (if this was diagramed as F–>/J or J–>/F then both F and J could be out, and it says one of them must attend)

      So the last statement “If Sarah does not attend, Jessica will” should be provable .
      /S–>/F AND /F–>J

      What am I missing?

      Thank you so much for your help!!!


    • September 11, 2017 at 9:49 am #3302
      Mike Kim

      Hi Amity — I think what threw you off was how you translated “Leon will only attend if Sarah does not.” — should be L -> /S. All your other notations seem good —

      Hope that clears things up and let me know if you need anything else — MK

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