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Atticus Finch
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by bbirdwell Fri Dec 14, 2012 4:42 pm

16. (E)
Question Type: Unconditional

Another question that should be answered fairly quickly using our frames. Which of the following COULD be true?

(A) No! This is never possible.

(B) No! O can never be planted in both parks, and S must be planted in at least one.

(C) No! Both parks are always planted with tamaracks.

(D) No! Both parks are always planted with tamaracks.

(E) Yes! This is a description of frame 3. Note that if we had not inferred this at the beginning of the game, this question would’ve provided us with an opportunity to make that inference. This inference, in fact, was probably the most difficult one to make, and it’s no surprised that it is tested on the final question!
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Elle Woods
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Re: Q16

by ShehryarB30 Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:40 pm

I still don't understand how E is right?