Home>PrepTest 73, Game 4, Question 21
Lesson by Carl Pyrdum
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Summary
The content provides a detailed walkthrough of solving a local question on the LSAT, focusing on constructing a bouquet with specific conditions.
• The question involves determining possible contents of bouquet two given certain rules and conditions.
• Key rules include the necessity of pairing T with P, and restrictions on what can be placed in bouquets one and three based on selections for the other bouquets.
• The solution process involves deductive reasoning to eliminate impossible combinations, leading to the conclusion that bouquets must contain specific flowers.
• The correct answer is identified by process of elimination, focusing on the mandatory inclusion of S and R in bouquet two.
• The explanation concludes with the selection of answer choice E, which satisfies all given conditions for bouquet two.
Chapters
00:00
Understanding the Question
00:21
Applying the Rules
01:09
Deductive Reasoning and Solution
01:47