### #4 - Local, Could Be True

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**Wed Dec 13, 2017 2:17 pm**Complete Question Explanation

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If Q is assigned to table 1, P and Z must be assigned to table 3:

Since the question stem also states that table 1 has three sponsors, the numerical distribution is now fixed at 3-2-2:

Since the four remaining unseated sponsors are K, M, L, and V, two of that group must sit at table 1 and the other two must sit at table 2. Because L and V must sit together as a block, it follows that K and M must also sit together as a block. Thus, the KM block and the LV block cannot sit together:

This information is sufficient to prove

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**The correct answer choice is (B)**If Q is assigned to table 1, P and Z must be assigned to table 3:

Since the question stem also states that table 1 has three sponsors, the numerical distribution is now fixed at 3-2-2:

Since the four remaining unseated sponsors are K, M, L, and V, two of that group must sit at table 1 and the other two must sit at table 2. Because L and V must sit together as a block, it follows that K and M must also sit together as a block. Thus, the KM block and the LV block cannot sit together:

This information is sufficient to prove

**answer choice (B) correct.**