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Hi. Can someone please post the answer and explanation here. Thank
Francis O'Rourke
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The question asks us to identify an impossible list of students in the M group. The correct answer was (E).

If we were to place Rita and Wendy in the M group, then we would also need to place both of them in the S group, because of the third rule. Placing Rita and Wendy in the S group would then violate the second rule, which stated that if Rita is in the S group, Wendy is not.