Here’s a single-question logic games quiz with a short video explanation. Make sure you understand this principle… it’s incredibly useful for grouping games! Suppose G, H, I, J, and K are about to board Disneyland’s “Splash Mountain.” They are asked to split into a group of two and a group of three. G and H must be in the same group. I and J must be in separate groups.
Can you figure out who goes where? To test yourself, see if you can answer the following question:
Which one of the following must be true?
a) G rides with I. b) H rides with J. c) K rides with J. d) I rides in a group of two. e) K rides in a group of two.
Check out the short video for my solution. (Excerpted from my comprehensive 55-hour online LSAT course.)