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JD180
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Hello,

For pager 444, answer to number 5, if we're listing all possible sequences, would the following be possible since it doesn't conflict with the conditional statements? If so, are there any others? (I don't think so)

..... --J
H--F
..... --O

The J and O are attached to the F.
Dave Killoran
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JD180 wrote:Hello,

For pager 444, answer to number 5, if we're listing all possible sequences, would the following be possible since it doesn't conflict with the conditional statements? If so, are there any others? (I don't think so)

..... --J
H--F
..... --O

The J and O are attached to the F.


Yes, this would be possible. It fits inside the "if H, J, or O were hired before F" discussion. Once the sufficient condition of the original rule is unmet, there are a lot of outcomes possible (more than I'd write down).

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