- Mon Dec 27, 2021 8:43 pm
I translated the question stem to mean we're looking for the correct answer to be a Must be False (the 4 incorrect answers are: Could be True). I narrowed down contenders to A, C, E. I see why A is the correct answer choice. Can someone explain why E isn't a must be false answer? Why can't E be the correct answer?
This is the hypothetical I drew and why I chose E:
(In order from 1-3)
W: M, S/O/P, O/P/S
E: ___, U, G
I thought it was a Must Be False answer because per Rule 1, S must go in West (so it can't be 1st in East). And O nor P can go at the same time as M (neither can go 1st in East). Can someone give me a scenario where E is possible?
Also, I want to make sure I eliminated C for the right reasons. Here is the hypothetical I drew to prove C is a Could Be True answer:
(In Order from 1-3)
W: S, O/P, G/P/O
E: M, U, G/O/P
As long as G goes 3rd in either West or East
Can someone please explain?
Thanks in advance