by ohthatpatrick Sun Jan 06, 2019 2:14 am
What do we know about P and about team H?
P - N, so P is 1 or 2.
team G - team H, so team H is 2 or 3.
The only way they could be together is if P and team H are in spot 2.
?: [ __ , __] .... H: [ P , __ ] .... ?: [ __ , __ ]
We know that T is always in the 2nd team.
?: [ __ , __] .... H: [ P , T ] .... ?: [ __ , __ ]
We know that team G - team H, so G has to be the 1st team, and we know that S is always on team G.
G: [ S , __] .... H: [ P , T ] .... ?: [ __ , __ ]
We know that P - N, so N must be the 3rd team.
G: [ S , __ ] .... H: [ P , T ] .... F: [ N , __ ]
At this point, it wouldn't matter how we split up O and M.
G: [ S , M/O ] .... H: [ P , T ] .... F: [ N , O/M ]
Could be true questions test us on the flexible parts, and the only flexible characters are O and M, so we'd expect a correct answer about one of them.
(A) YES, this is possible
G: [ S , O ] .... H: [ P , T ] .... F: [ N , M ]
(B) Nope, P is on team 2.
(C) Nope, team 2 is comprised of P and T.
(D) Nope, team 2 is comprised of P and T.
(E) Nope, team 2 is comprised of P and T.