Test: LSAT Logic Games

Amanda, Beatrice, Caleb, Dan, and Everett are five toddlers who go to Big Bean Playroom.  Five trains are lined up, each a different color.  They are, from left to right:  Blue, Green, Orange, Red, and Yellow.  Each child plays with one train.  Caleb doesn't like orange or yellow colors.  At most one train separates Everett from his older brother Dan.  Amanda sits in between two boys.  Dan grabs the blue train right away and won't share.

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Which is a possible arrangement of children playing with trains?

Dan with the blue train, Caleb with the green train, Everett with the orange train, Amanda with the red train, and Beatrice with the yellow train.

Everett with the blue train, Beatrice with the green train, Amanda with the orange train, Dan with the red train, and Everett with the yellow train.

Dan with the blue train, Amanda with the green train, Everett with the orange train, Caleb with the red train, and Beatrice with the yellow train.

Caleb with the blue train, Amanda with the green train, Everett with the orange train, Caleb with the red train, and Beatrice with the yellow train.

Dan with the blue train, Amanda with the green train, Everett with the orange train, Beatrice with the red train, Caleb with the yellow train.

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