Each of the Solutions below is intended to equal the entire Universe. Which of these, if any, may be grouped so that it does not include all the cards (for … Continue →
Suppose the following Solution is presented: B U G — R — /‘? Which of the following is NOT a legal way for an opponent to add symbols of groupings … Continue →
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Which of these sets always equals the empty set (/) no matter how it is grouped? (A) G – G’ Ω / (B) G – G U R (C) G … Continue →
Which set equals the entire Universe? (A) (G U /)’ (B) (G – R)’ U V (C) R’ Ω R (D) B U (B’ – V)
Which two Set-Names in the list below equal the same set of cards for any Universe? (A) G – R (B) G U R’ (C) R’ Ω G (D) R … Continue →
What is the procedure if a player calls G cube wild when there are no G cubes in Resources?
With the variations Multiple operations, Two operations, and No Null Restrictions called, write a correct Solution for this Goal. Assume that you can use any of the remaining Resources, along … Continue →
True or False? With the union-intersect interchangeable, each Solution-writer must indicate in writing which union and intersect symbols are being used upside-down.
The dealer puts out too many or too few cards in the Universe. An opponent picks up the challenge block and challenges “Never.” What should happen next?