Which one of the following could be the five cold medications that the study ranks, listed from first to fifth?

Leila on September 6, 2013

Cold medication rankings

So I got these right, but took a bit longer than expected ... Wondering if I could have used the contra positives to my advantage had I used them !??

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Mehran on September 7, 2013

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Leila on September 8, 2013

Thank you! That answered my question and was really helpful! However, I am stuck because I thought rules 4 and 5 meant that if G was before H, for example, in my out column for space 6 and space 7 there would be G6 > H7 .... Can you please clarify ... Thank you!!

IN OUT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Mehran on September 9, 2013

That is incorrect. The rule states "if both are tested..." so if G & H are both tested (i.e. they are IN), then H > G. Contrapositive, if G > H, then one of G or H is not tested (obviously the only possibility would be not H because how could we have G > H if G is not tested?).

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