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First sentence of question: There are exactly seven houses on a street. Each house is occupied by exactly one of seven families: the Kahns, Lowes, Muirs, Newmans, Owens, Piatts, Rutans.

Question keywords: seven, houses, street, occupied, families, Kahns, Lowes, Muirs, Newmans, Owens, Piatts, Rutans, west, east

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Explanation
PT3 S1 Q08
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
0%
B
0%
129
C
96%
162
D
3%
152
E
1%
149
120
127
138
+Easiest 132.236 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT3 S1 Q09
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
97%
162
B
1%
145
C
0%
136
D
1%
156
E
1%
148
120
123
134
+Easiest 132.236 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT3 S1 Q10
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
3%
153
B
5%
153
C
91%
163
D
1%
150
E
0%
152
126
137
147
+Easier 132.236 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT3 S1 Q11
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
92%
162
B
3%
153
C
1%
149
D
2%
154
E
2%
160
120
130
144
+Easiest 132.236 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT3 S1 Q12
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
85%
163
B
4%
157
C
5%
156
D
3%
154
E
3%
155
125
138
152
+Easier 132.236 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT3 S1 Q13
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
1%
149
B
1%
156
C
1%
157
D
88%
163
E
8%
155
125
138
150
+Easier 132.236 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation