**Read the information carefully to answer the question.**

A tourist can tour utmost four places out of A, B, C, D, E, F and G. Out of four, not more than two can come under holiday tour and at least two must come under business trip. The break up is as follows:

**Under the same fact situation as above, suppose that the following restrictions hold good: **

A) A can be included provided C is included.

B) E is included provided B or G is included but not both.

C) C can be included provided at least D or F is excluded. Which one of the following is a certainty?

#### Options

A, B, C, & E

A, C, D & F

B, C, D & E

A, B, C & F

#### Solution

A, B, C, & E

**Explanation:**

'A, C, D & F' and 'A, B, C & F' are straightaway discounted.

'A, B, C & F' includes C, D and F and violates restriction C.

'A, B, C & F' include B but does not include E. Therefore, it violates restriction B.

'B, C, D & E' is not a certainty but a possibility because in 'B, C, D & E' while C is included. A is not included. This does not fulfill restriction A at all.

'A, B, C, & E' meets all the restrictions and is therefore a certainty.