This is just like question 20. You want to look for members who can do two tasks, and who are spread out.
A is wrong, for example. M can only do S, so M can’t work on two tasks.
B is wrong because H can only do S and P. We need someone who can work on two different days with the same person. They should be spread out.
C is wrong. I and L could work together on the same day doing F and W. But they couldn’t work together to do T and P, because those have to be on different days.
D is CORRECT. K and L could do F and W on day one and T and S on day two:
E doesn’t work. L and O are stuck together on the same task: W. Only one of them can do W, so they can’t work together on the day that task is done.
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