These scenarios show the possible sequence of the lectures (L, O, S, W) and the assignments of the topics to lecturers (F, G, H, J).
Refer to these diagrams when solving this game. Copy them on your own page, and on each question make a new version of them in order to follow along with my explanations. You’ll learn much more if you draw along.
The setup section explains how to build this diagram.
Remember, F is a lecturer, and O, W and L are subjects. So F could be in the same place as W.
In the diagram above, FH must go first and second in either order. GJ must go third and fourth in either order. I explain this deduction in the setup. But briefly, it’s because both F and H each have at least two variables after them.
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