Logic Games Practice – Sculptures and Paintings
- Jan 01, 2020
- Question of the Day
Diagram the following game rule:
“The sculpture ranks higher than either of the two paintings.”
This is a strange rule because the word “either” usually refers to a situation where you pick one of two things. But in this context, “either” weirdly means both. So, if you say that the sculpture ranks higher than either of two paintings, it really means it ranks higher than both of them.
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