### #3 - Local, Must Be True

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**Tue Nov 07, 2017 12:29 pm**Complete Question Explanation

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When S is third and T is fourth, J must be second (J cannot be fifth due to the last rule, and J cannot be first or last due to the fourth rule). Because H S, we can then deduce that H must speak first. We can then deduce that R must speak last (if R speaks fifth there would be a violation of the second rule). Finally, K must speak fifth as that is the only remaining slot:

Accordingly,

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**The correct answer choice is (C)**When S is third and T is fourth, J must be second (J cannot be fifth due to the last rule, and J cannot be first or last due to the fourth rule). Because H S, we can then deduce that H must speak first. We can then deduce that R must speak last (if R speaks fifth there would be a violation of the second rule). Finally, K must speak fifth as that is the only remaining slot:

Accordingly,

**answer choice (C) is correct.**