Alvin (President), Brad (Vice President), Chad (Vice President), Dan (senior analyst), Ellinor (analyst), and Farsad (analyst) work at Goldly & Morgman, a corporate firm that works with consultants. The president supervises the vice president, who in turn supervises the senior analyst, who in turn supervises the analysts. There is one exception, which is that Brad does not supervise anyone. These are the only supervisory relationships involving these 6 employees.
Each proposal it receives from its consultants must be initially reviewed by exactly one employee. Each proposal reviewed by an employee must then be reviewed by that person’s supervisor. No other rules require anyone else to review the proposal. Anyone not required to review a given proposal will not review it.
Select Dan among reviewers for the maximum number of employees that could have reviewed a single proposal if Dan were among the reviewers. Select Alvin among reviewers for the maximum number of employees that could have reviewed a single proposal if Alvin were among the reviewers. Make only two selections, one in each column.