Which one of the following, if substituted for the condition that Hamadi cannot be appointed to the same court as Per...

Theresaturner on November 4, 2015


Please explain answer choice E. I don't understand how it brings about the same results as the third rule.

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Advaith on November 18, 2015

Could you please put up the question set and answers for this?

Emil-Kunkin on January 15 at 05:22PM

We know that K and L are on different courts, so to say that no three of KLHP can be together has the effect of saying that two of each must be on either court, which means HP can't be together.