Next, the condition “D and F both practice in at least one of the same fields”
means that F must practice in either worker's comp. or patent law, or both. Adding
this to the diagram along with the condition “F practices in only two fields” gives ...
Author: Jeff Kolby
Publisher: Nova Press
The LSAT (Law School Admission Test) has the reputation of being one of the hardest entrance exams given; it is a reputation well earned. We have compiled some of the hardest LSAT logic puzzle games, including 13 official LSAT games that tormented aspiring lawyers on recent LSAT tests. Although the purpose of this book is entertainment, it also includes a thorough discussion of the foundations of logic and the actual meanings of some common words. Think you know the meaning of the word "or," or the meaning of the word "some," or the meaning of the phrase "if..., then...." You might be surprised and intrigued by their actual definitions. This book will introduce you to numerous analytic techniques that will help you immensely, not only in solving logic puzzles, but also in school, business, and life! For this reason, solving logic puzzles can be a rewarding and satisfying experience.