I’ve drawn the local diagram above. You can see that the major constraint is that males have to be assigned across all three of the open dormitories. We need an M in R, V and W. That means we must put M in R south, so really the diagram looks like this:
So we need one male in V and W.
A and B are wrong because they put an M in R south.
C is tricky to eliminate. But if you put F in Veblen North and Wisteria North, then M goes in Veblen South and Wisteria South.
This answer choice violates the last rule. M in Veblen South means M in Wisteria North. This answer choice puts F in Veblen North.
D is CORRECT. There’s no rule against putting Females in Veblen and Wisteria South. We can put males in the North, so we’ll have males spread across three dormitories.
E is wrong because Veblen is completely filled up. Now only Wisteria is left for the two males, and we can’t put two males in the same dormitory.
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