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elmo
 5 years ago
saburo sakato wants to assign the workers at his grocery store jobs they have done before. he has drawn up the following list.
bagger: linda, miguel, rama, leon
deli:linda rama
stockroom: miguel leon
checkout:miguel
how can people be assigned so that each person covers one job?
elmo
 5 years ago
saburo sakato wants to assign the workers at his grocery store jobs they have done before. he has drawn up the following list. bagger: linda, miguel, rama, leon deli:linda rama stockroom: miguel leon checkout:miguel how can people be assigned so that each person covers one job?

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Assuming that the list is for all of the people that can do a specific job, 1. Miguel must be checkout, since he is the only person on that row of the list. 2. Since Miguel is already doing checkout, Leon must do stockroom, since he is the only other person in that row. 3. For bagger and deli, both LInda and Rama are on both lists, so either can be assigned to either job.
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