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First sentence of question: Four boys—Fred, Juan, Marc, and Paul—and three girls—Nita, Rachel, and Trisha—will be assigned to a row of five adjacent lockers, numbered consecutively 1 through 5, arranged along a straight wall.

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Explanation
PT31 S1 Q01
+LG
Sequencing with grouping +SeqGrp
A
6%
161
B
1%
157
C
2%
159
D
2%
154
E
89%
166
130
142
153
+Medium 139.798 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT31 S1 Q02
+LG
Sequencing with grouping +SeqGrp
A
2%
159
B
92%
166
C
2%
155
D
3%
156
E
2%
159
130
141
151
+Easier 139.798 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT31 S1 Q03
+LG
Sequencing with grouping +SeqGrp
A
0%
154
B
6%
164
C
4%
160
D
86%
166
E
3%
157
122
138
154
+Easier 139.798 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT31 S1 Q04
+LG
Sequencing with grouping +SeqGrp
A
1%
158
B
10%
161
C
81%
167
D
8%
162
E
1%
154
130
145
161
+Medium 139.798 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT31 S1 Q05
+LG
Sequencing with grouping +SeqGrp
A
94%
166
B
1%
154
C
1%
157
D
3%
155
E
1%
155
130
139
149
+Easier 139.798 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT31 S1 Q06
+LG
Sequencing with grouping +SeqGrp
A
4%
161
B
1%
157
C
94%
166
D
1%
156
E
0%
156
121
134
147
+Easiest 139.798 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation