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From my original diagram, I have that Jiang, Kramer, and Lopez all review exactly one play. Megregian reviews two plays, and the number of plays reviewed by O'Neill is ambiguous. With that being said, if exactly three students review Undulation, then wouldn't Lopez, Megregian, and O'Neill be the ones reviewing Undulation?
If that holds true, then O'Neill reviews at least Undulation and Tamerlane. How can O'Neill also review Sunset? If he does, then the condition stating that "exactly two of the students review exactly the same play or plays as each other" wouldn't be met?
Here is my diagram for this problem:
J - S
K - T
L - U
M - U, T
O - U, T
Please let me know what I'm missing! Thanks so much.