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The correct answer choice is (B)
Like the other Global questions in this game (#6 and #7), this question can be time-consuming. Remember, on many Global questions using hypotheticals is a fast and effective method of attack.
Answer choice (A) is proven incorrect by the hypothetical provided in question #6.
Answer choice (B) is the correct answer choice. If the condition in the answer choice is true, then only three sessions would be attended by the employees (two sessions per employee and two employees at each session equals three sessions of two employees each). However, there is no acceptable scenario where this can occur because none of the employees can repeat a session topic.
Answer choice (C) is proven incorrect by the following hypothetical:
Answer choices (D) and (E) are functionally identical, and therefore both are incorrect. M and S are basically interchangeable, and these two answers simply pair S with T, and then M with T. If S can pair with T, then logically M can pair with T. According to the Uniqueness Theory of Answer Choices, each correct answer choice is identifiably unique, and so any pair of functionally identical answer choices must be incorrect.