This question is great. It shows that eliminating wrong answers is often the easiest way to find the right answer.
I did this game many times with students, and I never bothered to think about what A meant. I didn’t have to. The other answers were much easier to eliminate.
B is wrong. Here is my attempt at putting G every place that H goes. H can’t go in 1 (first rule). I’ve avoided 2, because G can’t go there.
I put H in 3 and 5, along with G. But you can only manage 2 out of 3. H can’t go in 6, because it is already in five (rule 2).
You could put H in 7, but G can’t go there. (3rd rule)
C doesn’t work. G is featured on day 1, and H can’t go on day 1 (rule 4).
D doesn’t work. R isn’t featured on day 1, but H can’t go there (rule 4).
E doesn’t work. H isn’t featured on day 1 (rule 4), but R can’t go there, because G is featured on day 1.
A is CORRECT. Here’s how it could work:
M, H, N and G are featured on three days. But there’s no need to figure this out. It’s far easier to eliminate the other answer choices.
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