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First sentence of question: An airline has four flights from New York to Sarasota—flights 1, 2, 3, and 4. On each flight there is exactly one pilot and exactly one co-pilot. The pilots are Fazio, Germond, Kyle, and Lopez.

Question keywords: airline, four, flights, new, york, sarasota, 1, 2, 3, 4, pilot, co-pilot, fazio, germond, kyle, lopez, reich, simon, tylor, umlas, numerical, order, assigned

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Explanation
PT36 S4 Q19
+LG
Sequencing with grouping +SeqGrp
A
92%
160
B
3%
154
C
3%
153
D
2%
150
E
1%
150
124
136
149
+Easier 151.492 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT36 S4 Q20
+LG
Sequencing with grouping +SeqGrp
A
6%
155
B
12%
156
C
65%
162
D
9%
155
E
8%
155
143
155
167
+Harder 151.492 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT36 S4 Q21
+LG
Sequencing with grouping +SeqGrp
A
6%
154
B
6%
154
C
19%
156
D
64%
162
E
4%
154
144
156
168
+Harder 151.492 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT36 S4 Q22
+LG
Sequencing with grouping +SeqGrp
A
7%
154
B
11%
155
C
69%
162
D
7%
155
E
6%
155
143
155
166
+Harder 151.492 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT36 S4 Q23
+LG
Sequencing with grouping +SeqGrp
A
6%
155
B
6%
155
C
12%
155
D
70%
162
E
6%
154
144
156
167
+Harder 151.492 +SubsectionHarder Explanation