These diagrams show the rules used to determine which of the birds (G, H, J, M, S, W) can be in the forest together.
Refer to these diagrams when solving this game. Copy them on your own page, and on each question make a new version of them in order to follow along with my explanations. You’ll learn much more if you draw along.
The setup section explains how to build this diagram.
Review of How to Read the Diagrams:
- You can go left to right, and only left to right. Follow the arrows.
- If a positive variable (no line) leads to a variable with a line through it, then at least one is out (e.g. G and H). They could also both be out.
- If a negative variable leads to a positive variable, at least one if in (e.g S and J). They could both be in.
- If you start at a certain point on a diagram, then go rightwards from that point.
- Example: H is out. You know M and J are out, and S is in.
You don’t know anything about W and G, because they’re to the left. They could both be in, or both be out. Or W could be out and G could be in.
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