In the setup, I described how the fourth rule divides the game into two scenarios. Those scenarios make it easier to solve this question, because this question only includes four photographers.
The first scenario showed what happens if K is not assigned to T. That scenario has five people, so it doesn’t work for this question:
So instead we must use the alternate scenario where K is assigned to T:
The vertical lines indicate that both groups are full, because this question says only four photographers are included. Each group must have two of the photographers, because the opening paragraph of the setup says so.
Next, think about the rules. The first rule says that FH must be assigned to a group. Only S has two open spaces:
This solves the question. F must be assigned to S, and therefore A is CORRECT.
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