This is a rule substitution question. Everyone hates them, but they’re not that hard. They’re just new, and therefore unfamiliar.
The rule in this case is: F is before K and M. You’re looking for something that replicates all of the effects of the rule. So look at what we know about F.
- It’s earlier than M, K, Z and G
- Only H and L could go before F
Just by phrasing the effects of the rule on F, we solve the question. C is CORRECT. It matches the second observation above.
If only H and L can go before F, then logically K, M, Z and G will all have to go after F. So this new rule leaves us with exactly the same possibilities for F, M and K as before.
A is just silly. It would let F be on Wednesday, but after both M and K.
B would allow F to go last if we placed H on Monday. That’s very wrong.
D and E are both similar answers. They link F with the variables after M and K (G and Z). These answers don’t work because they allow M and K to go before F, respectively.
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