This question places Zahn on Thursday. You should draw that:
We need three variables after Zahn. This restricts our options. In the second scenario (L before F), only Moore and Gomez can go after Zahn:
So scenario 2 doesn’t work. Looks like we’re working with scenario 1:
Here, H, M, L and G can go after Z. In fact, thanks to the final rule, L is on Saturday. And G has to go after H and M, so G is on Saturday too (because there’s no one else left to go after G):
Once you make some major deductions like this, you should check the answers to see if you’ve already solved the question. It turns out I’ve actually already done more work than I needed to.
A is CORRECT. Leung is on Saturday, so Flynn is definitely before Leung.
We could have deduced this earlier merely from the fact that we knew we were working in scenario 1. However it’s not a terrible idea to make the diagram with G and L on Saturday, because the answer also could also have said something like “Moore is earlier than Gomez” and that would have been the correct answer.
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