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Studying for the LSAT / Another Game -- Exam 33, sec 4, #10 (forest)
« on: September 08, 2005, 08:10:13 PM »
I'm having some trouble setting this one up. Your help is much appreciated!

Bird-watchers explore a forest to see which of the following six kinds of birds -- grosbeak, harrier, jay, martin, shrike, wren -- it contains. The findings are consistent with the following conditions:

If harriers are in the forest, then grosbeaks are not.
If jays, martins, or both are in the forest, then so are harriers.
If wrens are in the forest, then so are grosbeaks.
If jays are not in the forest, then shrikes are.

10. Which one of the following pairs of birds CANNOT be among those birds contained in the forest?
a) jays, wrens
b) jays, shrikes
c) shrikes, wrens
d) jays, martins
e) shrikes, martins

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Studying for the LSAT / Another Game -- Exam 33, sec 4, #9 (forest)
« on: September 08, 2005, 08:09:06 PM »
I'm having some trouble setting this one up. Your help is much appreciated!

Bird-watchers explore a forest to see which of the following six kinds of birds -- grosbeak, harrier, jay, martin, shrike, wren -- it contains. The findings are consistent with the following conditions:

If harriers are in the forest, then grosbeaks are not.
If jays, martins, or both are in the forest, then so are harriers.
If wrens are in the forest, then so are grosbeaks.
If jays are not in the forest, then shrikes are.

9. Which one of the following is the maximum number of the six kinds of birds the forest could contain?
a) two
b) three
c) four
d) five
e) six

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Studying for the LSAT / Another Game -- Exam 33, sec 4, #8 (forest)
« on: September 08, 2005, 08:08:03 PM »
I'm having some trouble setting this one up. Your help is much appreciated!

Bird-watchers explore a forest to see which of the following six kinds of birds -- grosbeak, harrier, jay, martin, shrike, wren -- it contains. The findings are consistent with the following conditions:

If harriers are in the forest, then grosbeaks are not.
If jays, martins, or both are in the forest, then so are harriers.
If wrens are in the forest, then so are grosbeaks.
If jays are not in the forest, then shrikes are.

8. If jays are not in the forst, then which one of the following must be false?
a) martins are in the forest
b) harriers are in the forest
c) neither martins nor harriers are in the forest
d) neither martins nor shrikes are in the forest
e) harriers and shrikes are the only birds in the forest

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Studying for the LSAT / Another Game -- Exam 33, sec 4, #7 (forest)
« on: September 08, 2005, 08:06:46 PM »
I'm having some trouble setting this one up. Your help is much appreciated!

Bird-watchers explore a forest to see which of the following six kinds of birds -- grosbeak, harrier, jay, martin, shrike, wren -- it contains. The findings are consistent with the following conditions:

If harriers are in the forest, then grosbeaks are not.
If jays, martins, or both are in the forest, then so are harriers.
If wrens are in the forest, then so are grosbeaks.
If jays are not in the forest, then shrikes are.

7. If both martins and harriers are in the forest, then which one of the following must be true?
a) Shrikes are the only other birds in the forest
b) jays are the only other birds in the forest
c) the forest contains neither jays nor shrikes
d) there are at least two other kinds of birdes in the forest
e) there are at most two other kinds of birds in the forest

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Studying for the LSAT / Another Game -- Exam 33, sec 4, #6 (forest)
« on: September 08, 2005, 08:05:10 PM »
I'm having some trouble setting this one up. Your help is much appreciated!

Bird-watchers explore a forest to see which of the following six kinds of birds -- grosbeak, harrier, jay, martin, shrike, wren -- it contains. The findings are consistent with the following conditions:

If harriers are in the forest, then grosbeaks are not.
If jays, martins, or both are in the forest, then so are harriers.
If wrens are in the forest, then so are grosbeaks.
If jays are not in the forest, then shrikes are.

6. Which one of the following could be a complete and accurate list of the birds NOT in the forest?
a) jays, shrikes
b) harriers, grosbeaks
c) grosbeaks, jays, martins
d) grosbeaks, martins, shrikes, wrens
e) martins, shrikes

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: New Games (Dec99, sec1, q16) - try this (6)
« on: September 07, 2005, 06:44:49 PM »
Just updated. thanks!
as you can see, I'm totally new here, but thought this is a great community.  ;D

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Studying for the LSAT / New Games (Dec99, sec1, q16) - try this (6)
« on: September 07, 2005, 06:27:04 PM »
***PLEASE POST YOUR ANSWER WITH DETAILED EXPLANATIONS!!***

Exactly five cars -- Frank's, Marquitta's, Orlando's, Taishah's, and Vinquetta's -- are washed, each exactly once. The cars are washed one at a time, with each receiving exactly one kind of wash: regular, suer, or premium. The following conditions must apply:

The first car washed does not receive a super wash, though at least one car does.
Exactly one car receives a premium wash.
The second and third cars washed receive the same kind of wash as each other.
Neither Orlando's nor Taishah's is washed before Vinquetta's.
Marquitta's is washed before Frank's, but after Orlando's.
Marquitta's and the car wahsed immediately before Marquitta's receive regular washes.

Suppose that in addition to the original five cars Jabrohn's car is also washed. If all the other conditions hold as given, which one of the following CANNOT be true?

a) Orlando's car receives a premium wash
b) Vinquetta's car receives a super wash
c) four cars receive a regular wash
d) Only the second and third cars washed receive a regular wash
e) Jabrohn's car is wahsed after Frank's car.

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Studying for the LSAT / New Games -(Dec99, sec1, q14)- try this (4)
« on: September 07, 2005, 06:24:10 PM »
***PLEASE POST YOUR ANSWER WITH DETAILED EXPLANATIONS!!***

Exactly five cars -- Frank's, Marquitta's, Orlando's, Taishah's, and Vinquetta's -- are washed, each exactly once. The cars are washed one at a time, with each receiving exactly one kind of wash: regular, suer, or premium. The following conditions must apply:

The first car washed does not receive a super wash, though at least one car does.
Exactly one car receives a premium wash.
The second and third cars washed receive the same kind of wash as each other.
Neither Orlando's nor Taishah's is washed before Vinquetta's.
Marquitta's is washed before Frank's, but after Orlando's.
Marquitta's and the car wahsed immediately before Marquitta's receive regular washes.

4. Which one of the follwoing must be true?
a) Vinquetta's car receives a premium wash
b) Exactly two cars receive a super wash
c) the fifth car washed receives a super wash
d) the fourth car washed receives a super wash
e) the second car washed receives a regular wash

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Studying for the LSAT / New Games -(Dec99, sec1, q13)- try this (3)
« on: September 07, 2005, 06:22:46 PM »
***PLEASE POST YOUR ANSWER WITH DETAILED EXPLANATIONS!!***

Exactly five cars -- Frank's, Marquitta's, Orlando's, Taishah's, and Vinquetta's -- are washed, each exactly once. The cars are washed one at a time, with each receiving exactly one kind of wash: regular, suer, or premium. The following conditions must apply:

The first car washed does not receive a super wash, though at least one car does.
Exactly one car receives a premium wash.
The second and third cars washed receive the same kind of wash as each other.
Neither Orlando's nor Taishah's is washed before Vinquetta's.
Marquitta's is washed before Frank's, but after Orlando's.
Marquitta's and the car wahsed immediately before Marquitta's receive regular washes.

3. If the last two cars washed receive the same kind of wash as each other, then which one of the following could be true?

a) Orlando's car is washed third
b) Taishah's car is washed fifth
c) Taishah's car is washed before Marquitta's car.
d) Vinquetta's car receives a regular wash
e) Exactly one car receives a super wash

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Studying for the LSAT / New Games -(Dec99, sec1, q12) - try this (2)
« on: September 07, 2005, 06:21:16 PM »
***PLEASE POST YOUR ANSWER WITH DETAILED EXPLANATIONS!!***

Exactly five cars -- Frank's, Marquitta's, Orlando's, Taishah's, and Vinquetta's -- are washed, each exactly once. The cars are washed one at a time, with each receiving exactly one kind of wash: regular, suer, or premium. The following conditions must apply:

The first car washed does not receive a super wash, though at least one car does.
Exactly one car receives a premium wash.
The second and third cars washed receive the same kind of wash as each other.
Neither Orlando's nor Taishah's is washed before Vinquetta's.
Marquitta's is washed before Frank's, but after Orlando's.
Marquitta's and the car wahsed immediately before Marquitta's receive regular washes.

2. If Vinquetta's car does not receive a premium wash, which one of the following must be true?

a) Orlando's and Vinquetta's cars receive the same kind of wash as each other
b) Marquitta's and Taishah's cars receive the same kind of wash as eath other.
c) the fourth car washed receives a premium wash.
d) Orlando's car is washed third.
e) Marquita's car is washed fourth.

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