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This is a Grouping: Undefined game.
At first this game appears to be a fairly standard Grouping game, but the test makers throw a slight twist into the mix with the last rule that specifies the number of Os selected. Fortunately, this is the only numerical rule, and thus it is easy to remember throughout the game.
Because there is no specified number of fish selected, there is no representation for the group.
The seven rules can be diagrammed as follows:
Because of the large number of rules, there are also a large number of inferences:
Two additional notes:
- 1. In the rule diagrams, the fifth and sixth rules were combined to create the double-arrow representation, which perfectly captures the relationship between O and P.
2. J and L are both randoms, which in an Undefined game means that their appearance has no effect unless a number is specified for the group. Hence, your focus in this game should be almost entirely on K, M, N, O and P.
Here is the complete setup for the game: