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June 2007, Game 3, Question 11

The process of solving a GRE question involves applying given rules sequentially to eliminate incorrect answer choices until the correct one is identified.
  • Rule application begins by eliminating choices that violate the first rule, such as incorrect destinations at specified weeks.
  • Subsequent rules further narrow down the options, focusing on specific requirements like the number of times a destination is visited and the order of these visits.
  • The correct answer is found by methodically applying each rule to ensure all conditions are met without exception.
  • This approach emphasizes the importance of understanding and following the rules precisely for successful problem-solving.
Rule Application and Elimination
Identifying the Correct Answer