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LSAT Prep Test 32

October, 2000

Section 3, Questions 19-24

Game 4

2nd Rule States That G Is In Slot 1, So G Cannot Be In Slot 7. Contrposite Is G In Slot 7, Then G Is Not In Slot 1.

Question: Why Is Not A Board With G In Slot 7, But Not In 1?

October, 2000

Section 3, Questions 19-24

Game 4

2nd Rule States That G Is In Slot 1, So G Cannot Be In Slot 7. Contrposite Is G In Slot 7, Then G Is Not In Slot 1.

Question: Why Is Not A Board With G In Slot 7, But Not In 1?

## Comments

Also, rule 3 is 1-->/7. The contrapositive is 7-->/1.

If there was no second rule that states G must be in slot 1, then there would have been 2 boards, slot 1 G and slot 7 G, correct?

Question, whenever there is conditional logic in a game, do we contropose like in LR?