# Practice LSAT Prep Test 29 (October 1999) - Section 3 (Logic Games) - Game 2

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Prep Test Question Keywords: mannequins,1, 2, dressed, display, outfits, ten, articles, clothing, three, hats, color, jackets, skirts, red, tie, yellow, navy, October, 1999, LSAT

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• beaver

Hello,

I’m a bit confused. why can’t mannequin 1 wear the same colored hat/skirt/jacket as mannequin 2?

Where does it say that both can’t wear the same colored hat/skirts/jacket??

help…

• http://7sage.com/ J.Y. Ping

Hey there beaver, in the game prompt, it says that there’s only 1 red hat. So if mannequin 1 wears the red hat, there isn’t another one for mannequin 2 to wear.

• HB

Hey there JY- My problem- which is freaking me out after looking at your video – is that when I first glanced at it I immediately thought that I should work out all of the hypotheticals. Obviously that’s time consuming and leaves room for a lot of error if I’m not really looking at the detail. After getting frustrated and watching your video and glancing at the problem again I realized that there were a bunch of “if” clauses and that I should have prob attacked it as you did and make hypotheticals based of those clauses/premises. Would you say its safe to assume that if there a a bunch of “if clauses” that introduce new premises that you normally skip drawing initial hypotheticals and just draw a hypo for each question? Seriously frustrated myself by making this mistake.

• http://7sage.com/ J.Y. Ping

Hey there! So, this is a really difficult game. I try to figure out all hypotheticals always, but often, we’ll encounter games where that’s too time consuming, where there are too many hypotheticals. Usually, if I can represent all the possible worlds on 4 or so sub-game boards, I go for it.

I don’t usually let the question stems drive that decision. Although, what you said is interesting. This game, there are too many possibilities!

• Deanna Hayes

Hi there! I just did this game as part of the special sequencing set you provided. I was wondering how long you think we should take for this game if we’re shooting for completing all four games? I’m trying to get my times down and in one lesson you said we should shoot for five min for the easy games, eight for average and ten for difficult. I did this one in eight minutes….what are your thoughts?

Thanks!!

• http://7sage.com/ J.Y. Ping

8 minutes is really good for this.

• Deanna Hayes

That’s music to my ears. I’ve gotten twice as fast one the games I’ve done with the help of your classes… Not sure why but it seems something must have clicked!!!!

• http://7sage.com/ J.Y. Ping

That’s music to my ears. Good job!

• Jennifer

Hey guys,

Just wanted to let you know that the audio for logic game 2 of PrepTest 29 cuts out at 2:29 and does not return.

• http://7sage.com/ J.Y. Ping

Sorry about that! The “Alternative video player” [small blue link under the video] button works. Can you watch it on that?