LoThomm wrote:I dont understand how the answer is B.. I could literally make answer choices A-E work... How is it B??
Well, G and O are short seminars, so can't have them both on the same day. So if they are spaced out on days 1 and 2, then T is either on day 2 or day 3. If P is given on day 2, along with G or O, then N and T both have to be given on day 3...but they can't, since they're both long. (Also, P can't be on the same day as G or O in any case, since P is short like G and O.)
Alternately, if G and O are given on days 2 and 3: if P is also on day 2 (which it can't anyway, since, again, it's short like G or O), and T is on day 3, then there's not room for N also to be on day 3.
Finally, if G and O were on days 1 and 3: P could fit on day 2, but again, N and T could not both fit on day 3. So, P can't ever be second seminar second day.
Hope this helps,