This is a must be false question. Just like question 4, I used my main diagram to visualize scenarios. If a scenario is possible, then the answer is wrong:
If you have trouble with visualization, it’s better to draw diagrams. I’m going to draw some here for the purposes of clarity in this explanation. But note that I did this in my head in timed conditions, because I was sure I could do it faster yet correctly that way:
This diagram shows that A is possible:
There are two $1,000 bonuses and two $3,000 bonuses.
This diagram shows that C is possible:
There are two $1,000 bonuses and two $5,000 bonuses.
This diagram shows that D and E are possible:
There are two $1,000 bonuses and only one $5,000 bonus.
There are also two $3,000 bonuses and only one $5,000 bonus.
B is CORRECT. Only K and P can have $1,000 bonuses, because they are lower rated than L and M. And rule 1 bans anyone in the graphics department from having a $1,000 bonus.
We saw in the setup that V and Z have $3,000. That’s because they must have less than X, since X is highly rated. So there are at least two $3,000 bonuses, and at most two $1,000 bonuses.
K and P are the only ones that can have $1,000. (The lines under L and M indicate that L and M are highly rated and therefore have higher bonuses).
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