This question says that one Lifestyle photograph is by Gagnon, and the other is by Hue. When a question gives you a new rule, you should draw it:
Next, you should combine the new rule with existing rules. We know from rule 4 that Fuentes’ Sports photographs must match Hue’s Lifestyle photographs. Hue has one Lifestyle photograph, so that means Fuentes’ must have one sports photograph:
Who can have the other Sports photograph? Not Gagnon (rule 1). And not Fuentes, we already took care of them. Therefore, Hue has the other sports photograph:
We can’t say much about the metro section, except that one of H/G must be there (rule 2). Since this is a “must be true” question, we should only draw what is definitely true.
On a “must be true” question, once you make a major deduction, such as “Hue has one photo in sports”, you should check the answers and see if that deduction solves the question.
It does: D is CORRECT.
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