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 Luke Haqq
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Hi lalala!

When I diagram out answer choice (B), there seemed to be more than one way it could unfold rather than the diagram being completely determined.

We're told that T transmits the virus to Q. We do know from this that R does not transmit to Q (see the fourth rule), but I'm not seeing other variables necessarily falling into place.

From what I understand, your way of diagramming seems to be one possibility, but it's not the only possible way. For example couldn't the following work?--T could transmit to both P and Q; P could transmit to both R and S; and S could transmit to U. If that works, then it means that the possibilities aren't completely determined based on T transmitting to Q.

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