Free LSAT Course > Logic Games > Ordering Games > Two-Dimensional Games

### Two Dimensional Diagrams

Two Dimensional games order two distinct sets of items (technically, there’s three dimensions). 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:

This video segues you from Linear Games to sample Two-Dimensional Game formats.

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#### Two-Dimensional Walkthrough

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.
e) The razor, which is powered by a battery, 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.

Question #1
Which of the following could be true?
a) U is in position five.
b) R is third.

Video explanation of Question #1 above. Stop when you reach Question #2.

Question #2
Which of the following must be true?
d) V is in position two.
e) U is in position six.

To see explanations, move to 2:13 in the video above.

Question #3
If the UV lamp is powered by a battery, each of the following must be true EXCEPT: