G has to present on Tuesday. N can’t give a report Monday, because then H and I would go on Tuesday and crowd out G.
So N presents on Wednesday, G presents Tuesday and that leaves Monday for R. He presents in the morning (rule 2).
I’ve drawn G and N under Tuesday and Wednesday. They could present morning or afternoon.
The above diagram has all of the rules, but there’s a bit too much going on.
So I thought I would show you how I would draw this local rule if I were actually doing the game:
I tend to make my local diagrams very simple. You know the top and bottom row and M and A. No need to repeat it locally.
A is CORRECT.
B is wrong because if N went on Monday, G couldn’t go on Tuesday (rule 3).
C is wrong because the local rule for this question says G and N have to go on different days. G can only go on Tuesday (rule 1).
D is wrong because O can only go on mornings (rule 2) and R is already presenting Monday morning.
E is wrong. G has to go Tuesday. If R went on Wednesday, that just leaves Monday for N. But that would prevent G from going on Tuesday, since H and I have to present on the day after N.
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