# Which one of the following must be false?

ulino23 on January 31, 2020

explanation that helped me understand this question:

Question #3. can someone explain the right answer?

Ravi on January 31, 2020

@ulino23,

Happy to help. Let's take a look at #3.

Looking at (A), we could put L as a facilitator on the green team,
with K being placed on that team as well. This works, so it's out
because we're looking for something that HAS TO BE false.

With (B), we could place M on the red team as the facilitator and put
K on that team too, so this works and (B) is out.

With (C), we know that O is always a facilitator, so the question is
if we can put M with it. Sure enough, we can have O as a facilitator
on the green team and M going with it, so (C) works and is out.

With (D), we need L and J on different teams. However, when L and J
are on different teams, O is already the facilitator on L's team (the
green team), so it can never be the case that L and J are on different
teams with L being a facilitator. Thus, this answer choice must be
false and is the correct answer choice.

With (E), we could have O being the facilitator on the green team and
M on the red team, so this works and is out.

Does this help? If you need further clarification, let me know!