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 Dave Killoran
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Complete Question Explanation
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The correct answer choice is (D)

From our analysis of the rules, none of the statements in answer choices (A), (B), or (C) appear to have to be true. Thus, you should focus on answer choices (D) and (E) as the most likely candidates in this question.

Answer choice (D) must be true because if there are more than four sliced oatmeal loaves, then there would be five sliced oatmeal loaves, and from the fourth rule the sixth loaf would be an unsliced oatmeal loaf. That would result in a delivery of six oatmeal loaves, a violation of the first rule. Thus, there cannot be more than four sliced oatmeal loaves, and answer choice (D) is correct.

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