The first thing to do is to try diagramming the new information.
We’ve used four of our five available females. We only have one left. But the questions asks for two places where females can be assigned.
So the right answer must include one of the two females already placed in R and T north.
It’s also important to check where males have to go. We have to put one male in each of R, T and W. So the full diagram actually looks like this:
A is wrong because it says females go in Tuscarora South.
B is wrong because R south has to be male.
C is wrong because R south has to be male.
D is CORRECT. We know there are definitely females in T north. Females could also go into W south…it doesn’t really matter as long as Males are in one spot in W.
E is wrong because T south has to be male.
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