For the conditions, I wrote:
I did not know how to diagram question 4. Do I use poe?
i.e. level 1 level 2 level 3
1,2,3, 1,2,3 1,2,3 , um, for each choice?
a. So, level 2 fred, kathy,
then level one could still have ida, glen, jan and level two could be laura or mike so that's not it...
b. Or, level 2 fred and mike
then level one could have ida glen jan or kathy so that's not it.
c. Or level two has Hilary and Jan
So level one must be Ida Glen and Kathy and Level Two also contains Mike and Nick Fred and Laura are left so they must be in level three...
OK, so I get c, it's apparently the right answer but this just took me twenty minutes. And I don't trust my analysis. Why does it have to be Mike in two?
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