Test: LSAT Logic Games

Six fast-food restaurants at a food court are assigned to numbered lots---1 through 6---that are arranged in that order (i.e., lot 1 is on the far left and lot 6 is on the far right).  The restaurants are A, B, C, D, E, and F.  The following arrangement characterizes how these restaurants are situated in the food court:

A and B have one restaurant between them, which is to say, they are assigned to lots that are separated from each other by exactly one other lot.

A and D are not situated next to each other.

D is located in a higher-number lot than C.

F is in lot 3.


Which one of the following arrangements is an acceptable positioning of the restaurants?

C, D, A, F, B, E

D, E, F, A, C, B

A, B, F, C, D, E

E, C, F, B, D, A

C, A, F, B, D, E

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