Which one of the following, if substituted for the constraint that neither Xiao's speech nor Yoshida's speech can be ...

Daniel on May 16, 2020

Video link broken

The video link for this question is broken, can you please update? Thanks!

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Skylar on May 17, 2020

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Melissa on August 19, 2020

This video is still unavailable and I'm having trouble understanding how to solve this type of logic game question. An explanation or video upload would be super helpful. Thanks!

Scott on September 1, 2020

Video ?

Michael on October 12, 2020

^^The video is still unavailable and I really don't understand these types of questions.

Dana on January 12, 2021

Can someone please explain the rationale behind this substitution? I am also struggling with this question and cannot view the video link.