Complete Question Explanation

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The question stem asks for what Cannot Be True. Each of the five answer choices lists two lectures given at specified lecture locations. Thus, you should expect that the correct answer will violate the rules about the locations.

From the third rule, exactly two of the lectures are given at H, and from the second rule one of those two lectures is the fourth lecture. Thus, answer choice (B) cannot occur because then three lectures would be given at H, and it is only possible for two lectures to be given there. Thus,

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**The correct answer choice is (B)**The question stem asks for what Cannot Be True. Each of the five answer choices lists two lectures given at specified lecture locations. Thus, you should expect that the correct answer will violate the rules about the locations.

From the third rule, exactly two of the lectures are given at H, and from the second rule one of those two lectures is the fourth lecture. Thus, answer choice (B) cannot occur because then three lectures would be given at H, and it is only possible for two lectures to be given there. Thus,

**answer choice (B) is the correct answer.**