Wondering if it’d be smart to scenario this one, as the one elephant scenario basically fills out the board if I’m thinking of this correctly… If you have one elephant (can only have H or FG), you must have one monkey and all four rhinos.
hey — yeah, that looks awesome to me — again, I’ll cover creating multiple diagrams and such in later lessons, but you seem to have great instincts about that, and no mistakes that I can see — great work — mk
Awesome – thanks. I appreciate your accessibility and helpfulness. I will definitely advocate for LSAT trainer in other forums. It’s really great to have you be so accessible, and it’s a great selling feature of the book [that I was completely unaware of at the time of purchase.]
Towards the end of the first logic games cluster, the games have been pretty challenging. I usually do fine with the diagramming but make some slip up or get confused by wording.
Out of curiosity, how did you come up with the games for this? I imagine it’s sort of like previous LSAC games but reskinned – i.e. same underlying logic rules but different details?