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First sentence of question: Petworld has exactly fourteen animals (three gerbils, three hamsters, three lizards, five snakes) that are kept in four separate cages (W, X, Y, Z) according to the following conditions.

Question keywords: Petworld, fourteen, animals, three, gerbils, hamsters, lizards, five, snakes, separate, cages, W, X, Y, Z

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PT6 S4 Q01
+LG
Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep
A
90%
164
B
1%
162
C
1%
158
D
7%
158
E
1%
159
120
133
148
+Easiest 144.137 +SubsectionEasier Explanation
PT6 S4 Q02
+LG
Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep
A
5%
159
B
7%
156
C
10%
161
D
76%
164
E
1%
157
135
148
162
+Medium 144.137 +SubsectionEasier Explanation
PT6 S4 Q03
+LG
Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep
A
2%
150
B
4%
155
C
88%
164
D
4%
155
E
2%
157
138
146
154
+Medium 144.137 +SubsectionEasier Explanation
PT6 S4 Q04
+LG
Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep
A
2%
151
B
5%
157
C
7%
157
D
83%
164
E
3%
159
138
148
158
+Medium 144.137 +SubsectionEasier Explanation
PT6 S4 Q05
+LG
Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep
A
2%
156
B
5%
156
C
4%
154
D
4%
160
E
86%
164
137
146
156
+Medium 144.137 +SubsectionEasier Explanation
PT6 S4 Q06
+LG
Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep
A
0%
167
B
2%
154
C
5%
155
D
90%
164
E
3%
157
134
143
152
+Medium 144.137 +SubsectionEasier Explanation