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Directions: Reading Comprehension - read the following passage to answer the question below.

Pentago is a two-player game, similar to games like tic-tac-toe, Connect Four, and Pente, in that the player wins by connecting a certain number of their own pieces in a straight line. Like Pente, a player can win the Pentago by connecting five of their own pieces in a straight line. Tic-tac-toe requires 3-in-a-row, and Connect Four requires 4-in-a-row. Unlike Pente, however, Pentago is played on a board with four quadrants, wherein each quadrant can rotate 90 degrees. In tic-tac-toe, Connect Four, and Pentago, the pieces cannot be removed after they're placed, which is not the case with Pente.

The passage implies which of the following? Select All Which Apply.


A

The board in tic-tac-toe, Connect Four, and Pente do not have quadrants that can rotate 90 degrees

B

A player cannot win tic-tac-toe by connecting five of their own pieces in-a-row

C

The pieces can be removed after they're placed in a game of Pente



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