63 Game 3
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This is probably a silly question, but I think I struggled with the question the first time because I interpreted "pickup and sedan are serviced on consecutive days" as, for example Thursday is the Pickup and Friday is Sedan. If it says consecutively, it doesn't mean in the same order it's written (Pickup one day and Sedan the later day), it means just has to be on days next to each other. Is this correct?
For #14 you say it can't be "PV" so you put "SP". But the rules regarding P V and S didn't specify order it just said "consecutive". So for #14 that space before P could've technically been V cause then we would've still had P and V in consecutive days even though V would've been before P. Am i missing something?
Is there any specific reason as to why you did not create a tree before proceeding to the questions? Could it be that the variation within certain rules makes it more difficult to create a set tree, and it was just easier to determine which cannot be last and go from there?