### #20 - Global, Could Be True

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**Thu May 31, 2018 6:31 pm**Complete Question Explanation

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Answer choices (A) and (B): As established in the game analysis, either M or P must be the sole member who serves on all three subcommittees. If either F or H served on all three, there would be a violation of one of the last two rules. Consequently, both of these answer choices are incorrect.

Answer choice (C): If G serves on every subcommittee that M and P serve on, and we know that one of M and P serves on all three subcommittees, then G must serve on all three subcommittees as well. This scenario violates the numerical distribution, and is therefore incorrect.

Answer choice (E): This answer choice creates a scenario where M and P serve on exactly the same subcommittees. Since only one of M and P serves on all three subcommittees, and the other serves on fewer subcommittees, this answer choice is incorrect.

(The complete setup for this game can be found here: lsat/viewtopic.php?t=10395)

**The correct answer choice is (D)**Answer choices (A) and (B): As established in the game analysis, either M or P must be the sole member who serves on all three subcommittees. If either F or H served on all three, there would be a violation of one of the last two rules. Consequently, both of these answer choices are incorrect.

Answer choice (C): If G serves on every subcommittee that M and P serve on, and we know that one of M and P serves on all three subcommittees, then G must serve on all three subcommittees as well. This scenario violates the numerical distribution, and is therefore incorrect.

**Answer choice (D): This is the correct answer.**Answer choice (E): This answer choice creates a scenario where M and P serve on exactly the same subcommittees. Since only one of M and P serves on all three subcommittees, and the other serves on fewer subcommittees, this answer choice is incorrect.