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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.


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


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


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

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