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Complete Question Explanation
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The correct answer choice is (E)

A perfect situation to refer to earlier work. According to question #7, answer choice (D), J can be in area T. Thus, answer choices (A) and (D)—which fail to include J—must be incorrect.

According to the work in question #8, K can be in area T, and thus answer choices (B) and (C)—which fail to include K—must be incorrect. Answer choice (E) is proven correct by process of elimination.
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Hi PowerScore,

I immediately eliminated answer choice (E) because I thought the Not-Block J :dblline: K meant that they cannot be in area T together at the same time. Did I misinterpret the question stem here (which was asking for a complete and accurate list of planes any one of which that could be in area T at noon - but not necessarily together?)
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You figured it out, saygracealways! Any of the planes could be in area T, just not all at the same time. "Any one of which," not "all of which.

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