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Ana-Ponce on August 1, 2019

Question 18

Can I assume that the sequence is K>J>M AND then H So the earliest is 1963 for M?

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Ravi on August 1, 2019


If O joined the firm before M, then this means that H, N, K, and J
also have to go before M since H and N are before O and K and J are
before M. This means the earliest M could have joined was 1966.

It's important to remember that both O and M each have two people
before them, so if O is before M, then there are four additional
people in addition to O that must come before M.

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