If we don’t have F, then we have G, since at least one dessert must be in. That means we have O as well:
The next step may not be obvious. PW must be in or out. That requires two spaces. There’s only one space in the out column.
So PW have to be in:
Finally, we need a hot food (rule 2). The hot foods are F, N and T.
F is already out, so one of N or T is selected. That means V has to be out, because there’s no space left:
So we can figure almost everything out, based on the local rule!
A is wrong because both P and O must be selected.
B is wrong because W must be selected.
C is wrong because there’s only room for one hot food. It’s one of N/T.
D is CORRECT. We could place N in, and T out:
E is wrong because V is always out for this question.
Need help with LG? → Try the LG Mastery Seminar
Solve hard games quickly