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June 2007, Game 3, Question 14

The content provides a detailed walkthrough of solving a local question on the GRE, focusing on applying specific conditions to sketch a solution.
  • The question involves placing trips to different locations in a weekly schedule, adhering to given rules.
  • A key strategy is to sketch out the solution, starting with fixed positions and applying rules to deduce the placement of other trips.
  • The MGM chain and the GJ block are crucial elements, with restrictions on consecutive placements influencing the solution.
  • Through process elimination and rule application, the correct answer is identified as Martinique in week 6.
  • The explanation emphasizes the importance of understanding and applying rules to systematically narrow down the options.
Sketching the Solution
Applying the F Condition
Deducing with the MGM Chain
Eliminating Incorrect Answers