The third condition in this game says 'If yews are not in the park, then either laurels or oaks, but not both, are in the park.'How do you diagram this? I did it like '~yews -> laurels OR oaks, ~(laurels AND oaks), ~(~laurels AND ~oaks)'This seems to make sense, but obviously, it's way too convoluted and hard to understand. This is one of the reasons why I did poorly on this game. I tried to find a similar case in LGB and LRB under the conditional reasoning chapters,but I couldn't. I hope you can tell me an easy way to diagram the statement.
I took this preptest today, and that game KILLED ME. Are the grouping games on recent LSATs ever this hard?
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