Two Dimensional games order two distinct sets of items (technically, there’s three dimensions). Here’s an example:
- A stylist has 12 customers and only room for one each day. He can take either men or women.
Here’s a complete Two Dimensional question.
A class of seven consists of three boys (Salman, Trey, and Uri) and four girls (Ava, Bianca, Camila, and Daniela). No boys can sit next to each other. A girl cannot sit in position one.
To diagram this, a second row must be added for gender:
The LSAT might have more than two dimensions, but this is rare. This video segues you from Linear Games to sample Two-Dimensional Game formats.
Next LSAT: March 30th
Ordering six items:
A razor, stereo, TV, UV lamp, video camera, and a watch. Each one can be powered by an adapter or a battery.
a) The UV lamp must be in the first or last position.
b) Never have two consecutive things powered by a battery.
c) The Watch is definitely powered by a battery.
d) The 4th item is not powered by an adapter.
e) The razor, which is powered by a batter, is left of the watch. The razor is right of the stereo and the video camera.
The question deals with the entities RSTUVW and the second dimension of A and B.
Now that you are done with the Set Up, you can move on to the questions (shown below), which this video explains.
Which of the following could be true?
a) U is position 5
b) R is third
c) 5th item is powered by a battery
d) S is power by a battery
e) U is powered by a battery and V is powered by a battery
Video explanation of Question #1 above. Stop when you reach question #2.
Which of the following must be true?
a) T is powered by an adapter in position five.
b) S is in position 3 and powered by an adapter
c) V is in position three and powered by a battery
d) V is in position 2
e) U is in position six
To see explanations move to 2:13 in the video above:
If the UV lamp is powered by a battery, each of the following must be true EXCEPT.
a) S is powered by an adapter
b) V is powered by an adapter
c) Whatever is in position one must be powered by a battery.
d) Second position powered by an adapter.
e) S is in position three.
Explanations see 4:09:
Next LSAT: March 30th