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Studying for the LSAT / Test 36 - Dec'01, sect 4, Q. 1-6 (Fruit stand)
« on: September 10, 2005, 08:40:38 PM »
These kinds of games are killing me...  :-\
Could anyone advise on the correct way to approach them? THANKS  :)

A fruit stand caries at least one kind of the following kinds of fruit: figs, kiwis, oranges, pears, tangerines, and watermelons. The stand does not carry any other kind of fruit. The selection of fruits the stand carries is consistend with the following conditions:

If the stand carries kiwis, then it does not carry pears.
If the stand does not carry tangerines, then it carries kiwis.
If the stand carries oranges, then it carries both pears and watermelons.
If the stand carries watermelons, then it carries figs or tangerines or both.

1. Which one of the following could be a complete and accurate list of the kinds of fruit the stand carries?
a) oranges, pears
b) pears, tangerines
c) oranges, pears, watermelons
d) oranges, tangerines, watermelons
e) kiwis, oranges, pears, watermelons


2. Which one of the following could be the only kind of fruit the stand carries?
a) figs
b) oranges
c) pears
d) tangerines
e) watermelons


3. Which one of the following CANNOT be a complete and accurate list of teh kinds of fruit the stand carries?
a) kiwis, tangerines
b) tangerines, watermelons
c) figs, kiwis, watermelons
d) organges, pears, tangerines, watermelons
d) figs, kiwis, oranges, pears, watermelons


4. If the stand carries no watermelons, then which ofe of the following must be true?
a) the stand carries kiwis
b) the stand carries at least two kinds of fruit
c) the stand carries at most three kinds of fruits
d) the stand carries neither oranges nor pears
e) the stand carries neither oranges nor kiwis


5. If the stand carries watermelons, then which one of the following must be false?
a) the stand does not carry figs
b) the stand does not carry tangerines
c) the stand does not carry pears
d) the stand carries pears but not oranges
e) the stand carries pears but not tangerines


6. If the condition that if the fruit stand does not carry tangerines then it does carry kiwis is suspended, and all other conditions remain in effect, then which one of the following CANNOT be a complete and accurate list of the kinds of fruit the stand carries?
a) pears
b) figs, pears
c) oranges, pears, watermelons
d) figs, pears, watermelons
e) figs, oranges, pears, watermelon

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Another Game -- Exam 33, sec 4, #12 (forest)
« on: September 09, 2005, 09:52:53 AM »
Good idea.. Will do so next time.  ;D

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Another Game -- Exam 33, sec 4, #7 (forest)
« on: September 08, 2005, 10:36:31 PM »
Thank you for your time Alixana.  :D

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Studying for the LSAT / Another Game -- Exam 33, sec 4, #12 (forest)
« on: September 08, 2005, 10:13:15 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.

12. Suppoose the condition is added that if shrikes are in teh forest, then harriers are not. If all other conditions remain in effect, then which one of teh following could be true?
a) the forest contains both jays and shrikes
b) the forest contains both wrens and shrikes
c) the forest contains both martins and shrikes
d) jays are not in the forest, whereas martins are
e) only two of the six kinds of birds are not in the forest

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Studying for the LSAT / Another Game -- Exam 33, sec 4, #11 (forest)
« on: September 08, 2005, 10:11:32 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.

11. If grosbeaks are in the forest, then which one of the following must be true?
a) shrikes are in the forest
b) wrens are in the forest
c) the forest contains both wrens and shrikes
d) at most two kinds of birds are in the forest
e) at least three kinds of birds are in the forest

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Studying for the LSAT / Another Game -- Exam 33, sec 4, #10 (forest)
« on: September 08, 2005, 10:10:13 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, 10:09:06 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, 10:08:03 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, 10:06:46 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, 10:05:10 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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