## PT 29, Game 4, Second Question -WTF?

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JustE

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### PT 29, Game 4, Second Question -WTF?

"Which one of the following is a complete and accurate list of classes"
(A) the fourth, the fifth
(B) the fourth, the sixth
(C) the second, the fourth, the fifth
(D) the third, the fifth, the sixth
(E) the second, the third, the fourth

I know it's early, but I'm obviously missing something here. What the hell are they asking for?

Blessedassurance

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### Re: PT 29, Game 4, Second Question -WTF?

I'm assuming you're talking about question (21). The whole question is: "which one of the following is a complete and accurate list of classes any one of which could be the class Gimena attends".

Since I and L are in the same class and P is in a class with two others, the other four slots will have a single variable each since there are 9 people. We know the group containing I and L cannot be first because K must be the first female and I is female. K cannot be the first according to the rules so at least two people come before the group containing I and L. G is after I but before P so G cannot be first, second, third or sixth. That leaves fourth and fifth which is answer (A).

I hope it makes sense. The above is perhaps moot, I suspect you didn't get the whole question.

JustE

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### Re: PT 29, Game 4, Second Question -WTF?

Blessedassurance wrote:I'm assuming you're talking about question (21). The whole question is: "which one of the following is a complete and accurate list of classes any one of which could be the class Gimena attends".

Since I and L are in the same class and P is in a class with two others, the other four slots will have a single variable each since there are 9 people. We know the group containing I and L cannot be first because K must be the first female and I is female. K cannot be the first according to the rules so at least two people come before the group containing I and L. G is after I but before P so G cannot be first, second, third or sixth. That leaves fourth and fifth which is answer (A).

I hope it makes sense. The above is perhaps moot, I suspect you didn't get the whole question.

Got it. For some reason, the copy I have didn't print the entire question.... Weird. Thank you!