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Complete Question Explanation

The correct answer choice is (E).

Answer choice (A):

Answer choice (B):

Answer choice (C):

Answer choice (D):

Answer choice (E): This is the correct answer choice.

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**This question has been split**

Having some trouble with questions 15 (the 5th question in the set).

I have the correct set up for this question, but I see both D and E being correct.

Someone please explain?

Thank you!
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Thanks for writing in.

For week 1, Rosenberg reviews X, which Juarez will then review 4th, as stated in the rules. Since Rosenberg reviews F 2nd, the soonest Rosenberg can review another advanced text besides X will be third. We know from the rules that Juarez can not review an advanced text until Rosenberg does, and therefore, to review something each week, weeks 1-3, Juarez will need to review all of the introductory books. That is, Juarez can not review X yet, or anything else advanced yet, so this means that both G & H will be reviewed early on (2nd and 3rd, in some order, given that F will be first, so that Rosenberg can review it 2nd). This is why G can not be 5th, and therefore D is incorrect, leaving only E as a correct option.

To visualize we know that Rosenberg will proceed like this:

X F _ _ _ _

Juarez will be like this:

1 2 3 4 5 6

Hope this helps!


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