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PrepTest 78, Game 4, Question 22

The analysis focuses on determining the possible positions for Y in a specific puzzle, considering the constraints and rules provided.
  • Y cannot go first because it must follow Z, eliminating one possible position.
  • Y could potentially occupy the fourth, third, or second positions, but further analysis is required to confirm these options.
  • Through logical deduction and rule application, it's demonstrated that Y can indeed go fourth, but cannot occupy the third or second positions due to constraints on other elements (K, T, L, W, and Z).
  • The process involves systematically testing each possible position for Y and evaluating the implications for the arrangement of other elements.
Eliminating the First and Fifth Positions for Y
Confirming Y Can Go Fourth
Analyzing Why Y Cannot Go Third
Determining Y Cannot Go Second