Turning our attention first to Question 6,
Which one of the following could be a complete
and accurate description of the order in which
the films are shown at the festival? Let's
go through these rules one at a time.
The first rule, again coming directly from
this passage before our conditions, tells
us that we have at least one of each Limelight,
Harvest, and Greed. Just based on that we
can eliminate (A), because where is Greed?
So (A) is out. You notice (B) has Harvest,
Greed, Limelight, (C), Harvest, Limelight,
Greed, (D), Greed, Harvest, Limelight, (E),
Greed, Harvest, Limelight, so those are fine.
We know we can't have the same film shown
twice on the same day, and none of our remaining
answer choices violate that rule. Then max,
three per day. Again, we do not see any day
here with more than three films shown.
Now let's turn our attention to the conditions.
Again, the first condition here tells us that
on Thursday Harvest is shown, and no film
is shown after it. You notice answer choice
(D) we have Harvest being shown second, followed
by Limelight, which would clearly violate
rule number one, so (D) would be eliminated.
We then know from our second condition that
Saturday has either G or L, but not both,
and no film can be shown after it. First,
looking at (B) you notice we have G and L
on Friday, which violates the not both condition
of our second rule, so (B) does not follow,
and (B) would be eliminated.
Then you notice in (E), while we have Limelight
on Friday and we don't have Greed, the problem
with (E) is that Harvest follows Limelight
on Friday, which also violates our second
condition. (E) would be eliminated, proving
that (C) here would be the correct answer.
Again, let's just write this out very quickly
as our previous work, because it might be
useful to us as we proceed on to the next
question. Thursday's going to be Harvest.
Friday is going to be Limelight, and Saturday
is going to be Limelight and Greed.