## PrepTest 73, Game 3, Question 17

Summary

The content provides a detailed walkthrough of solving a local question on the GRE, focusing on a scenario where families own different buildings with specific rules governing their ownership.

- The question involves determining the possible ownership of buildings G and I by one of the families, considering the constraints provided.
- The Yandels can only own one building, which immediately excludes them from owning G and I, leading to the deduction that the Trents must own the stables.
- Given the constraints, G and I are assigned to the Williams's, leaving buildings F and M to be distributed among the remaining families with certain restrictions.
- The solution process involves eliminating impossible scenarios based on the rules, leading to the conclusion that the Trents owning M is a possibility that could be true.
- The explanation methodically examines each answer choice, providing clear reasoning for why only one option is viable based on the given rules.

Chapters

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Introduction to the Local Question

00:11

Analyzing Family Ownership Constraints

00:18

Determining the Possible Ownerships

01:12

Solution and Answer Choice Evaluation