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Old 12-16-2013, 02:09 PM
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Default can anyone explain the logic please?

I was stuck and asked for a hint and it read: CLUE #8: If Avery does not equal 129, and Art and Pre-Calculus can only be paired with either Avery or 114, then Art cannot be equal to 129. Mark the highlighted cell as FALSE.

To my way of thinking that is not logical. Why is Art not equal to 129?

And now the next hint;
CLUE #8: If Avery does not equal 129, and Art and Pre-Calculus can only be paired with either Avery or 114, then Pre-Calculus cannot be equal to 129. Mark the highlighted cell as FALSE

Similarly why is pre Calculus not equal to 129

Stan

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