Test: LSAT Logic Games

A suburban housing development has six models of homes—A, B, C, D, E, and F. Each model has at least one of the following three features: swimming pool, central air conditioning, and patio. The following conditions apply to the distribution of these features:

B has a swimming pool and a patio.

C has a swimming pool and central air conditioning.

C and E have no features in common.

D has more features than C.

B and F have exactly one feature in common.

A has fewer features than F.


For exactly how many of the six models is it possible to determine exactly which options each one has?






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