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Moving on to Question 9, If Greed is shown
exactly three times, Harvest is shown exactly

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twice, and Limelight is shown exactly once,
which of the following must be true?

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They're telling us Greed is coming three times,
Harvest twice, and Limelight exactly once,

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which of the following must be true? So let's
draw out our hypothetical here.

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We know that if Greed is showing up on all
three days, we're going have Greed show up

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on Thursday, then we're going to have Greed
show up on Friday, and on Saturday. Since

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we know that if Greed is on Friday and Saturday,
on Friday we can't have L, it must be H. On

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Saturday it can't be H, so we must have L.
Then we need to place one more H, which would

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But notice that that is not the only possibility.
We have one more possibility where we could

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actually have all three variables show up
on Thursday when we know H would have to be

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the last variable, and then, G and L doesn't
matter. The order is not relevant between

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them. Then, again, we know that, we're going
to have G and H on Friday, and then, we'll

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just place G by itself on Saturday, and that
is also a valid scenario.

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Now, we're looking for, again, what must be
true. (A), All three films are shown on

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Thursday. While that's definitely possible,
you notice it doesn't have to be true because

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in our first scenario we only had two films
on Thursday, so (A) is eliminated. Again,

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it must be a true question, means that one
counter example would disprove it as a possibility.

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Moving to (B), Exactly two films are shown
on Saturday, and, again, you notice in

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our second option here, we only have one film,
Greed, on Saturday, so (B) does not have to

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be true, and (B) would be eliminated.

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(C), Limelight and Harvest are both shown
on Thursday, and, again, you noticed in

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our first scenario, we don't have limelight
on Thursday. We only have Greed and Harvest,

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so (C) does not have to be true and (C) would
be eliminated.

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(D), Greed is the only film shown on Saturday.
Again, in our first scenario we had Limelight

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with Greed on Saturday, so (D) does not follow,
which means that (E) would be the correct

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answer by process of elimination. You should
notice as well that Harvest and Greed are

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both shown on Friday in both of these scenarios.

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So (E) here must be true and (E) would be
the correct answer.