This is the last of the “easy” questions on this game. After this, people start making lots of mistakes.
If you got this wrong, it’s worth sketching some diagrams on your own page to see how the rules work together. This question is testing whether you can visualize restrictions and interactions between rules. I’ll walk you through how I did it. Bear in mind that this takes a lot of text to explain, but the process of drawing it on your page should only take 10-30 seconds.
If the Pissarro is fifth, then the Sisley can be fourth or sixth. I first tried fourth:
Since the Vuillard can only be third or fourth, this means the Vuillard must go third:
This diagram doesn’t work. We need three spaces for R_M, but in the diagram above there are only two consecutive spaces open.
So since the Sisley can’t go fourth, it must go sixth. And that’s the answer: C is CORRECT.
Whenever you’re working on a question like this, you should always glance over the answers whenever you make a deduction. Often the first deduction you make will be the right answer.
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