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als09m
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Hello,

So I got this question wrong which sort of caused a cascade effect. I determined that September must be a headquaters since August and October were both different mines, but I may have misinterpreted a rule when I expanded the scope to cover the other two months.

I selected D for this question. My selection is wrong, but I don't see why.

The rules state that a team can not work at a mine for more than two months in a row, which is why I went with D. Below is a could scenerio that I created during my planning phase. I determined that D did not violate the rules from my scenario below. Am I missing something or did I go beyond the scope of the question, "Which one of the following could be an acceptable schedule for the team from June through October"?

D
March: G
April: H
May: K
June: H
July: G
August: G
September: H
October: K
November: K

I do see how B is correct, but why does it trump D?
B
March: G
April: G
May: H
June: K
July: H
August: G
September: H
October: K
November: K
als09m
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I'm sorry I entered the wrong scenario for B

March: K
April: H
May: G
June: G
July: H
August: G
September: H
October: K
November: K
als09m
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I am so sorry. I see why D is wrong. They selected Grayson for October when they rules state that Krona must be worked in October.

Can't believe I fell for the second line trick.

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