## June 2007, Logical Reasoning 2, Question 22

Summary

The essence of tackling inference questions on the GRE involves logically deducing conclusions from a given set of facts, particularly through the application of formal logic to linked conditional statements.

- Inference questions require proving an answer true based on provided facts.
- A systematic approach involves breaking down complex, linked 'if-then' statements into formal logic.
- Identifying the logical outcome of conditional statements helps in predicting the answer before reviewing the options.
- The correct answer choice logically follows from the initial set of conditions without reversing or misinterpreting the causal relationship.
- Incorrect answers often involve converse statements, misinterpretations, or unrelated logical links.

Chapters

00:01

Understanding Inference Questions

00:12

Breaking Down Complex Statements

00:53

Applying Formal Logic

01:30

Evaluating Answer Choices