Test: LSAT Logic Games

A florist is delivering flowers to several different companies. The flowers she delivers are a Lilac, a Marigold, a Narcissus, an Orchid, a Petunia and a Queen of Sheba. No two flowers are delivered to the same address. The order in which she delivers the flowers must conform to the following restrictions:

She must deliver the Lilac at some time before the Narcissus

The Petunia must be delivered either first or last

If the Narcissus is delivered third, then the Queen of Sheba is delivered fifth

The Orchid cannot be either the fourth or fifth flower to be delivered


Which of the following is a complete and accurate possible list of deliveries in order?

Narcissus, Orchid, Lilac, Queen of Sheba, Marigold, Petunia

Orchid, Lilac, Narcissus, Marigold, Queen of Sheba, Petunia

Marigold, Queen of Sheba, Lilac, Narcissus, Orchid, Petunia

Petunia, Lilac, Narcissus, Queen of Sheba, Marigold, Orchid

Lilac, Marigold, Orchid, Queen of Sheba, Petunia, Narcissus

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