Logic Games Practice – Finish Order
- Jan 01, 2020
- Question of the Day
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
Diagram the following game rule:
“If Bryan finishes before Amay, then Carlos finishes after Amay.”
This rule sort of combines normal ordering rules with conditional statements. But, they both work the same way. To write out this rule, we write B – A, then a conditional arrow, and then A – C on the right-hand side of the same arrow. Then it’s also good to take the contrapositive, as always.
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