If one workpiece is worked on by only two of the four employees in the course of an entire workweek, those two employ...

Angelica on April 21 at 09:55PM

Having a hard time understanding this question

"If one workpiece is worked on by only two of the four employees in the course of an entire workweek, those two employees must be" I'm interpreting this as only TWO which means there cannot be JKL during the week, etc. The explanation is providing the possible scenarios that is including THREE employees. When the question is asking for TWO of the FOUR employees for the entire workweek which equates to Mon through Thursday. This game was one of the most confusing.

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Emil on April 27 at 02:42AM

Hi Angel,

You are correct that only two can work on one of the pieces- that is, it would have to be only AB, not ABC. However, this only applies to one of the four workpieces. The other three are allowed to have more than two workers work on them. I agree this is a particularly confusing game. Lost boys like this one are always tough, and the phrasing here is particularly odd.

Angelica on April 28 at 02:48PM

Thank you for your explanation! I'll have to take another look at this game for sure and apply what you said. If I have trouble I'll update you.