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40. Volleyball Game

A group of seven high school seniors, Paul, Quita, Ron, Sammy, Tim, Vanessa and Wanda, are trying to decide which of them will attend a volleyball game. At least two of them must attend. The following conditions apply:

Ron and Tim cannot attend the game together.
If Paul attends the game, so does Tim.
If Ron does not attend the game, neither does Vanessa.
If Wanda or Tim attends the game, they attend together.
Sammy attends the game if, and only if, Quita does not attend.

Challenge Problem of the Week

1. 1. Which of the following could be a complete and accurate list of students who attend the game? Show Correct Answer

2. If Wanda does not attend the game, which of the following must be true? Show Correct Answer

3. Which of the following could be true? Show Correct Answer

4. What is the minimum number of students who do not attend the game? Show Correct Answer

5. If Tim attends the game, which of the following could be true? Show Correct Answer

6. If the condition that requires that at least two students attend the game is replaced by a condition that requires that exactly three students attend the game, how many combinations of students attending the game are possible? Show Correct Answer

7. Which of the following, if substituted for the condition that if Paul attends the game, so does Tim, would have the same effect in determining who can attend the game together? Show Correct Answer

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A Note About the Logic Game Challenge from the LSAT Super Geek

Take our games with a grain of salt! Please note that these games have been designed as study tools that often highlight particular and unusual challenges. As such, many of the games are not meant to mimic real LSAT games in all respects. Our games may take longer to solve, or they may have a higher concentration of a particular constraint or question type than one might expect on a real LSAT game. Also, our games may be a bit sillier (and we include a picture). Do note that every single significant challenge presented in all of our games is based off of a real LSAT challenge. However, our challenge games should be used as a study supplement, and not as a replacement for real LSAT games.

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