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

on May 12, 2021

Whats wrong with B?

Same question as previous... I see that E can be the answer but why is B incorrect?

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Emil on May 4 at 10:46PM

Hi, B would allow a scenario in which X and Y are both at 1, M and Z are both at 3 and L is at 3. This is banned in the original rule.