Test: LSAT Logic Games

A dance teacher is creating a set list for an upcoming dance recital. There must be five numbers, performed in sequence. The numbers can be solos, duets or trios, made up of eight students: Amy, Belle, Carrie, Dana, Linda, Monique, Nicole and Ona. Each student will perform only once and the set list must conform to the follwing conditions:

 

Amy and Ona must perform solo

Carrie cannot perform in the second number unless Belle performs in the fourth

Nicole and Linda must perform together

Ona must perform at some time before Dana

The first and fifth numbers must be solos

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Which of the following is a complete and accurate possible set list?

First: Ona; Second: Carrie, Amy; Third: Linda, Nicole, Dana; Fourth: Belle; Fifth: Monique

First: Amy; Second: Carrie, Nicole, Linda; Third: Ona; Fourth: Dana, Belle; Fifth: Monique

First: Belle; Second: Monique, Nicole; Third: Ona; Fourth: Dana, Linda, Carrie; Fifth: Amy

First: Ona; Second: Carrie, Belle; Third: Dana, Nicole, Linda; Fourth: Monique, Dana; Fifth: Amy

First: Amy; Second: Belle, Dana; Third: Linda, Nicole, Carrie; Fourth: Ona; Fifth: Monique

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