Mollie must be assigned to 1922 if which one of the following is true?

mbertorello on July 21, 2020

Why is E correct an C is not?

I understand how E can be correct but I still don't see why C couldn't also be correct. Can O only be in spot 1 if R is also included? There isn't a rule that limits where O can be unless R is also included, so that's why I am still a bit confused. Can someone explain this please?

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mbertorello on July 21, 2020

Nevermind I just realized I read the answers wrong, I get it now!

shunhe on July 21, 2020

Glad you figured it out!

MarsfromFl on November 28, 2020

I don't understand why must Y be first? I have o/y m l y/o
1 2 3 4

etchun on August 13, 2021

i have the same question as jayla

BibianaM on September 4 at 10:48PM

I could be wrong but I think Y must be first because if it isn't and O is first,then it leaves the possibility of OR being a chance and M being OUT altogether but if we put O fourth then R cannot be included and MUST be OUT