Test: LSAT Logic Games

Three stores -- Store T, Store U, and Store V -- are selling five types of fruit: apples, bananas, grapes, oranges, and strawberries. Each store sells exactly three types of fruit, and each type of fruit is sold by at least one store. The following conditions are applicable:

Exactly two of the stores sell bananas.

If Store T sells grapes, Store U does not sell grapes.

If Store V does not sell oranges, it sells bananas.

Store U sells exactly two of the same types of fruit Store V sells.

Any store that sells oranges does not also sell strawberries.

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Which one of the following could be a complete and accurate list of the types of fruit each store sells?

Store T: bananas, grapes, oranges; Store U: apples, bananas, oranges; Store V: apples, bananas, strawberries

Store T: apples, bananas, oranges; Store U: apples, grapes, strawberries; Store V: bananas, grapes, strawberries

Store T: apples, bananas, oranges; Store U: bananas, grapes, strawberries; Store V: apples, grapes, strawberries

Store T: apples, bananas, grapes; Store U: apples, grapes, oranges; Store V: bananas, grapes, strawberries

Store T: bananas, oranges, strawberries; Store U: apples, grapes, oranges; Store V: apples, bananas, strawberries

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