This question places the watercolors lecture third. Whenever a question gives you a new rule, you should draw it, then ask what deductions you can make using the existing rules.
Here’s W third:
Then, see how this new rule affects the existing rules. W is mentioned in this diagram:
So we need to put L after W. And we also have to put F before O. The only way to do that is like this:
Now we can fill in the remaining variables. S is the only subject left, and it goes first.
The lecturers are H, G and J. The rules say to put H before G and J:
G and J are interchangeable. Since this is a “could be true” question, the right answer will almost certainly involve one of them. Note that the line under G and J indicates they’re reversible.
E is CORRECT. The diagram above shows that it’s possible for J to lecture on lithographs.
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