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June 2007, Game 1, Question 2

The process of answering a global question on the GRE involves a methodical elimination of answer choices by consulting previous work and sketches to identify a statement that must be true.
  • Global questions require an understanding of the game as a whole, not just individual scenarios.
  • Answer choice evaluation involves consulting master sketches and previous scenarios to eliminate incorrect options.
  • The correct answer is identified as the one that must be true across all possible scenarios outlined in the master diagram.
  • Specific examples are used to demonstrate why certain answer choices do not have to be true, leading to the identification of the correct answer.
Understanding Global Questions
Methodical Elimination of Answer Choices
Identifying the Correct Answer