If X isn’t hired for P, then there must be a split of G and X between S and M. G can’t go in P either.
A is wrong because F can never be hired in sales. Rule 4 says F goes in P.
B is wrong because Y always goes with H. This answer choice therefore wants us to put H, Y and W in S. But we only have two spaces.
C could be true and is therefore CORRECT. F is already in P, so we just have to add H and Y. Then W and Ilias could go in S. X goes in M to avoid forcing W into P.
D is wrong because Garcia can never be hired for production. The second rule says that F and G never go together, and F is always in the production department.
E is wrong because H and Y always go together. So this answer choice wants us to put H, Y and W all in P along with F. That’s four people for three spaces.
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