Which one of the following, if substituted for the condition that Hamadi cannot be appointed to the same court as Per...

Tegan on August 14, 2020

After reading the previous responses on this question I'm not convinced that B isn't a valid answer. Can someone please comment and clarify why B doesn't work?

In the text it clearly states that each candidate will be appointed. With that premise in place it seems to me that B is a perfectly acceptable answer. Can someone show me where I'm going wrong here? I don't doubt that E leads to the same conclusion, but I want to know how to eliminate B.

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Emil-Kunkin on June 14 at 02:31AM

Hi, B is incorrect since it allows the possibility that H and P are both on the trial court. It bans them from having neither on trial, but it says nothing about them both being on trial.