# How to do the LSAT sequence logic games

Are you preparing for the LSAT? If so, then chances are that you have seen sequence logic games before. These are one of the most common types of questions on this exam. In this article, we will discuss how to answer these types of questions and how they relate to other topics on the LSAT. We will also provide 3 different examples to help you become more familiar with how these work.

Sequence logic games are where the test taker is given a set of rules which dictate how certain elements are allowed to be positioned on some type of grid. Then, they will have to figure out how these different items would fit into the sequence-based off of those rules.

Here’s an example of a sequence logic game question from the LSAT:

Rule: Suppose that a, b and c are positive integers.

Every day at exactly noon the digits of a number increase by one from their previous values. If this process continues, how many days will it take for the digits to reach 100?

a) 0 days

b) 22 days

c) 25 days 