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First sentence of question: A detective is trying to determine the order in which a criminal recruited seven accomplices—Peters, Quinn, Rovero, Stanton, Tao, Villas, and White.

Question keywords: detective, trying, determine, order, which, criminal, recruited, seven, accomplices, Peters, Quinn, Rovero, Stanton, Tao, Villas, White, addition, discovering, suspect, time, established

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Difficulty
Psg/Game/S
Difficulty
Explanation
PT76 S3 Q01
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
1%
149
B
0%
157
C
0%
159
D
98%
164
E
0%
158
120
122
133
+Easiest 131.624 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT76 S3 Q02
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
1%
157
B
1%
152
C
94%
164
D
4%
159
E
0%
156
120
132
144
+Easiest 131.624 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT76 S3 Q03
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
1%
155
B
1%
156
C
4%
159
D
93%
164
E
0%
158
120
132
144
+Easiest 131.624 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT76 S3 Q04
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
1%
152
B
96%
164
C
1%
154
D
1%
156
E
1%
151
124
133
142
+Easiest 131.624 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT76 S3 Q05
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
88%
165
B
2%
157
C
2%
158
D
7%
159
E
1%
156
126
139
151
+Easier 131.624 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT76 S3 Q06
+LG
Sequencing +SeqPure
A
1%
152
B
95%
164
C
3%
157
D
0%
150
E
1%
156
121
132
142
+Easiest 131.624 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation