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Condition-based sets often require candidates to interpret and manipulate data according to the given rules or conditions. These conditions might involve relationships between different variables, constraints on the arrangement of elements, or specific criteria that must be met for a solution to be valid.
Examples of condition-based sets in the DILR section of CAT might include:
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