According to the premise W and X must each be assigned to one of the end rooms [i.e. 1 or 5] A, B, C, D assignments are possible except E since the first four are combinations either with W or X.
J cannot be assigned any other room except 4. W and X are assigned one of the end rooms i.e. it does away with 1 and 5. That leaves rooms 2 and 3 for K and L. Therefore L could be assigned to room 3.
Z is in room 4 (as per the premise (J and Z) must be assigned to room 4). W/ X in room 1 or 5. X can be assigned only with N since M with Y, J with Z and X not with K or L. Therefore V or W can be assigned either K or L. Since V is assigned room 2, and W 1 or 5 that leaves room 3 for Y. Hence only E is true.
Since J is assigned room 4 with Z and M is assigned 2. Now Y is with M therefore also in room 2. Now W and X are assigned rooms on the end-side i.e. 1 or 5. And X can be assigned only with N. That leaves rooms only room no. 3. And also L is in 3 and L cannot be with either W or X as they are assigned in the end rooms (i.e. 1 or 5) therefore L can assigned only with V. Therefore V is assigned to room three.
V and K are assigned room 2. Z and J are assigned room 4 (According to premise stated) X can be assigned room only with N. Since X cannot be with K or L. Also W and X are to be assigned end room i.e. 1 or 5. Now K is assigned with V. That leaves only L. Therefore L and W are assigned together. As Y is with M. (Already stated in the premise).
The conclusion from the given premises is that the corporations that are aware of the problems of delays caused for trials in the courts will surely prefer some sort of private arbitration. Now, we have to pick up a statement that will challenge the conclusion made in the premises. B choice is irrelevant D says something but not as a challenge. E does not challenge. Choice A undermines the private arbitration as well as court litigation. Choice C clearly challenges by stating that the court delay is often beneficial to one of the parties involved. It negates the very court trialís delay being an obstacle or a menace.
Starchy foods contain half the calories per ounce that fatty foods. Therefore by substituting starchy foods for some of the fatty foods, they can reduce the amount of food they consume. Hence starchy foods do not alleviate a desire to eat for as long as fatty foods do. Because they are more quickly digested.
The strategy as carried out would not result in as large a reduction in production because it would be a 10 percent cut of the preceding yearís production.