Test: LSAT Logic Games

Eight people are waiting for five buses at a bus stop. The eight people are Adrien, Brian, Carl, David, Eva, Faith, Glenda, and Henry. At least one person must get on each bus and everyone at the stop gets on one bus. The following conditions apply:

No more than two people get on any bus.

If two people get on the first bus, two people must get on the third bus.

Glenda gets on a bus alone.

Adrien must get on a bus with another person.

Only one person gets on the fourth bus.

David and Faith cannot get on the same bus.




Which of the following could be a list of the people who get on each bus?

1. Glenda; 2. David and Faith; 3. Adrien and Eva; 4. Carl; 5. Brian and Henry

1. Glenda and David; 2. Faith; 3. Adrien and Eva; 4. Henry; 5. Brian and Carl

1. Adrien and Henry; 2. Glenda; 3. Eva and Faith 4. David and Carl; 5. Brian

1. Adrien and Eva; 2. Faith and Henry; 3. Glenda 4. David; 5. Brian and Carl

1. Glenda; 2. David and Brian; 3. Adrien and Eva; 4. Henry; 5. Faith and Carl

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