On this question, you can use past scenarios to eliminate answers. Also, note that Shahpari has no rules, so it’s easy to move them around.
The first three answers all place S in the morning. If you look at the correct answer to the first question (A), you’ll see that S is in the morning, between R and Z. That makes it very unlikely that any of the “S in the morning” answers are correct. When I was doing this, I skipped immediately to D and E.
But let’s conclusively disprove the first three answers. The only rule for R and Z is that R goes before Z, and Z goes in the morning. So we can rearrange the answer to the first question to place S first, second or third: before, in the middle of, or after R – Z.
This shows that S can go anytime in the morning, and disproves A, B and C.
Next, look at this diagram from question 2:
This proves that S can go at 3 p.m., which eliminates E. So D is CORRECT, by process of elimination.
As a review exercise, it’s helpful to figure out why S can’t go at 2 p.m. Let’s try it and see:
As soon as I drew the diagram above, I saw why D couldn’t be true. Since R–Z are in the morning, there’s only one space for WY. And since T also has to go in the afternoon, there’s only one afternoon space. WY need two spaces, so there’s nowhere to put them.
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