This question asks what happens if precisely two employees receive $5,000 bonuses.
We already know that in the graphics department, only Xavier receives a $5,000 bonus.
That means that exactly one Finance employee will get the second $5,000 bonus. And it will have to be a highly rated employee, since they receive the highest bonuses.
So one of Lopez and Meng will get $5,000. The other will get $3,000, because highly effective employees need higher bonuses. The non-highly rated employees will both get $1000:
The arc above L and M shows that they are interchangeable. This interchangeability disproves A, B and C, since interchangeable variables can’t be right for “must be true” questions.
D is CORRECT. Peterson must receive a $1000 bonus.
E must be false and is therefore wrong. Peterson receives $1,000, not $3,000.
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