On general must be false questions, you often can’t make any deductions. Instead, just refer to the diagram when going through the answers:
A is CORRECT. H can’t be shown last on Friday: G or L must be shown last that day. (Rule 2)
In reading the diagram above, it’s vital to know that all of the small letters can go on a day. So, for example, Thursday could be GLH. Or just H, as you choose.
- B: The diagram clearly shows L can go Thursday and Saturday. And we can put L last on Friday.
- C: Put GLH on Thursday. Then on the other two days put G last, and place the other variable that can go on those days in front of G.
- D: All the small letters can go. So just put a different one first each day. G on Thursday, then H and L on Friday and Saturday.
- E: H, G and L are all represented in the films going last. Just put H first, then L, the G, like this:
You don’t even need to place any other films!
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