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LSAT Logic Puzzles

Not Law notate where a variable cannot be placed _ _ _ _ _ _
Notate which variable comes first in a line QR
Split blocks - indicates how variables are split by a fixed number of spaces D_E or D_ _ E depending on number notated
Rotating Blocks - order is not given but relationship is close spatially S/T or T/S or TS circle
Rotating Split Blocks - order is not given but relationship is close spatially with split in between variables Q/R _ _ R/Q
Not blocks - indicates when variables cannot be next to each other Q/R big slash through box
Sequencing Rules - establish relative positioning of variables Q>R Q is to the left of R H>Q>R
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