Which one of the following scenarios would follow all of the guidelines?
If dogs A, D, and F go home, the remaining dogs could play together.
Two play times: B, E, F; then A, C, D.
Two play times: A, C, E; then B, D, F.
If dog E goes home, the remaining dogs could play together.
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A kennel owner is scheduling dog play times for dogs labeled A-F on her chart. They will play in a common fenced area and the schedule must follow these guidelines:
Dogs A and B cannot play together.
Dogs C and D must play first.
Dog E cannot play with dog A.
Dog F must play last.
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