Which one of the following could be a complete and accurate matching of the talks to the SoftCorp employees who atten...

shylahmarieg@gmail.com on July 7, 2018


Hello, How are you coming up with the possiblities in a given set up? For example, "2-2-2-2-1". It makes since once you do it but I am just not sure how to get that out of the information provded.

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Mehran on July 8, 2018

Hi @shylahmarie@gmail.com, thanks for your post. Developing a "numerical distribution" requires you to look at the base rules of the game. Here, there are 5 talks (F, G, H, I, L) and 4 Softcorp employees (Q, R, S, T). You are told that each employee attends exactly 2 of the talks, and that no talk is attended by more than 2 employees. The latter clue tells you that you have a max attendance of 2.

Our video explanation for the game should help you with this point as well; if you haven't watched it (or even if you have), we encourage you to do so.

Hope this helps! Please let us know if you have any additional questions.