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# Ordering setup | Overview | Rules and deductions

Watch a demonstration of how to approach an ordering setup on the analytical reasoning section of the LSAT.

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• Can G be in year 603? Don't think it's possible. since L and F needs to be in Position 4 and 5 respectively but H needs to be in either position 4 or 5.
• You are correct. G cannot go in 603. She addresses this in the questions based on this setup.
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• At in the video it asks could H be earlier than L. At of the video it states that L has to be before H. Why couldn't H be in position 4 leaving L to potentially be in 5 and F in 6?
• There is no position 6....there are 5 years, two monuments in 601, every year after (aka 602-605) each only has one monument. There's no 606