This question is almost like the first question. You should proceed in two steps:
- First, go through all the rules and use them to eliminate answers one by one. This eliminates B and E. (reasons below)
- Next, each answer is only missing two criminals. So check which two criminals need to be placed, and then try to place them. This lets you eliminate the other two wrong answers.
B is wrong because Villas is supposed to be immediately before White. (Rule 3). E is wrong because Peters is supposed to be fourth. (rule 4)
Now for A, C and D. Many logic games questions test your ability to see the unseen. The answers seem hard to eliminate until you actually consider which two criminals need to be placed in each answer. Once you actually try to place them, the rule violation becomes obvious.
In A, Rovero and White are the two criminals left to place. W should be 7th, directly after V (rule 3). But that only leaves 1st for R, which means R is before Q. That violates rule 2. So A is wrong.
In D, Tao and Quinn are left to place. We have to place Tao first so that they aren’t beside Stanton, who is sixth (rule 1). But that makes Quinn go last, which means they are after Rovero. That violates rule 3, so D is wrong.
C is CORRECT. Tao and Rovero are left to place. This order violates no rules:
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