Which one of the following, if substituted for the constraint that if Jaramillo is assigned to one of the ambassadors...

Minh on August 22, 2015

Any tips?

I consistently get wrong on these "rule substitution" type of question. What is the proper way to tackle these problem types?

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Melody on September 3, 2015

You are not alone in this frustration. Most people dislike these questions since they take extra time. Essentially, you want to circle the rule you are replacing and then write out each answer choice and see if you are able to have any sequence or order or grouping that was not previously allowed. If so, then it is not your correct answer.

You're looking for the answer that, in essence, makes the same exact impact as the rule you are substituting out.

Hope that helps! Please let us know if you have any other questions.

on September 9, 2020

Could you illustrate that with this question?

Darian on January 1, 2021

My understanding of rule one was a not both and at least one.
K--> notN

answer choice D is a not both rule

I dont see how that prevents K and N from being together

what rule is this combination breaking?

I might be missing something

Emil on January 17 at 02:35AM

That would break the first rule! We are replacing the second rule