Which one of the following could be the executives included in each of the site visits, with the sites listed in the ...

Batman on September 11, 2015


Shouldn't the 3rd condition( "the site visit that include Quinn must take place before any site visit that either Rodriguez or Taylor" ) be : Q - -R or Q - -T or Q - -R&T due to "either R or T??" I'm totally lost here.

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Naz on September 15, 2015

Rule #3 merely explains that Q is going to be before any site that either R or T visit (the either/or is because R and T could be on two different sites or the same site).

So, Q > R, T

This is a diagramming rule, not a Sufficient & Necessary rule. The point of the rule is to give us the location of one variable relative to the location(s) of two other variables.

This tells us that R and T cannot be visited on the first day because Q's visit must take place before the visit that includes either R or T (again either/or is in this language because R and T could be on the same day or on two different days).

Hope that clears things up! Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Batman on September 18, 2015

Thanks a lot!!!^^