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I was not one of those students, but I feel (with the right information) that I will be able to break this mental barrier. I sat down and did all of the Lesson One Pure Sequencing drill homework (1-101-103) and did just fine for the most part. I logically grasped it, but on a couple of occasions I had to briefly look at the answer key to see an example of how it was diagrammed (especially on the 13 variable drill!) But I was able to diagram it on my own volition, furthermore, I was able to accurately answer all of the drill questions without any problem. But those questions were limited to which variables could come first and which could come last. What the drills DID NOT explain was how to discern the possible ordering of the entire diagram, outside of first or last
Once I got over to LG #1 for the homework (June 1991 questions 14-18), I was completely and utterly lost. I had no problem setting up the diagram, but I just can't wrap my head around answering ANY of the questions.
I know my classmates were able to look at any variable and discern the highest or lowest in the order the variable could be. I just can't understand that. At least as of now I cannot, but I do understand that it really is simple. For some reason, I just can't see how to do that.
Needless to say, today has really been frustrating and I'm hoping for some clarity!