Based on these two scenarios, G can only go 2nd or 3rd. I’ll recap why this is.
The rule says G can’t go fourth, so that’s out. G also can’t be the first juice.
Why? If G was the first juice, rule 4 says they would have to be the fourth snack. But Rule 3 says G must be the third snack, not the fourth.
The key to answering rule substitution questions is to figure out the full effects of a rule, and rephrase the rule to describe those effect another way.
B is CORRECT.
This question would have been hard to answer without scenarios. I take that as evidence you were supposed to figure out the scenarios.
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