This is a counting question. Look at both diagrams, and see how many birds can be in.
If W is in, then W, G, and S are in. That’s 3 birds.
On this diagram, S, J, M and H are can be in. That’s 4. C is CORRECT.
Yes, you read that right. S can be in. Here’s how.
Start with J in. Don’t start with S out – you’re trying to put birds in!
If J is in, H is in. You can also put M in. J, M and H make three.
Only S is left. You don’t know anything about S if you start with J. Remember, you can only read the diagram left to right.
You can also put S in. Both S and J can be in together. S, J, M and H make four.
Review the setup if you’re not sure why S and J can both be in.
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