In the figure above, a path from point A to point D is determined by moving upward or to the right along the grid lines. How many different paths can be drawn from A to D that do not include either B or C ? (A) Two (B) Four (C) Six (D) Eight (E) Sixteen

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Choice B Level of Difficulty E M H This is an easy problem as long as you are systematic in your approach, which is a useful tip on many SAT questions. Start on the path that moves along the upper left-most path, carefully working your way toward the path that moves along the lower right-most path. Counting paths that do not involve corners B or C, you will find there are four, which is choice B.

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