It could be true that at all three meetings T speaks

Eric on October 29, 2014

Assistance needed

Hi, I could use some help with this specific question. I am confused because when T speaks second, that would mean R speaks first. In which case, R speaks fifth in one of the other meetings. If this is true, it seems impossible that T can speak after R in every meeting if R must speak last in at least one of the meetings.

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Mehran on November 6, 2014

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Eric on November 7, 2014

Thanks you.