We know F is always in P. And G cannot be in the same group as F. So the right answer has to include G.
That leaves only answer choices B and D. Either it’s only G that can’t go in P, or it’s G, H and Y.
We know from scenario 1 that H and Y can go in P.
So D is CORRECT. Only G can’t go in P.
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