PT 21 LG #4 - #24

arean.ryan
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PT 21 LG #4 - #24

Postby arean.ryan » Thu Sep 02, 2010 4:08 pm

G must be with J/O therefore A is wrong

H must proceed J therefore B is wrong

H with O would put J in the 4th week with G, neither of which could be used in slots 1/2 therefore C is wrong

K with O would put K in week 3, which it cannot be since it must occupy slots 1 or 2

M with O would put HK in slot 1 and JG in slot 2 neither of which could occupy a spot in slot 4, yet E is the correct answer

My intuition and instinct tell me to guess E because these are the least restricted variables, yet I cannot properly justify the solution...Could someone explain why this is correct?

arean.ryan
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Re: PT 21 LG #4 - #24

Postby arean.ryan » Thu Sep 02, 2010 4:09 pm

Seems like the rule governing J is conditional and does not apply to H, am I correct?




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