### Test: LSAT Logic Games

Eight students – Alice, Ben, Carl, Daisy, Earl, Frank, Gretchen, and Hailey – are sitting at the front of a school bus in four seats, with one student sitting on the right side and one student on the left side of each seat.  The seats are numbered sequentially 1 through 4, with Seat 1 at the front of the bus and Seats 2, 3, and 4 immediately behind, in that order.  The following conditions apply to the seating arrangement:

Ben must sit on the right side of whatever seat he sits in.

Frank and Gretchen sit closer to the front of the bus than Daisy.

Carl and Daisy do not sit in the same seat.

Earl and Hailey sit exactly one seat apart from each other, and on the same side of the seat.

If Carl and Hailey sit in the same seat, Frank and Ben also sit in the same seat.

 1 Which one of the following could be a complete and accurate matching of students to their seats?

Seat 1: Alice, left side, Hailey, right side; Seat 2: Frank, left side, Earl, right side; Seat 3: Gretchen, left side, Daisy, right side; Seat 4: Carl, left side, Ben, right side

Seat 1: Alice, left side, Ben, right side; Seat 2: Carl, left side, Earl, right side; Seat 3: Frank, left side, Gretchen, right side; Seat 4: Daisy, left side, Hailey, right side

Seat 1: Earl, left side, Frank, right side; Seat 2: Hailey, left side, Gretchen, right side; Seat 3: Alice, left side, Ben, right side; Seat 4: Daisy, left side, Carl, right side

Seat 1: Carl, left side, Earl, right side; Seat 2: Frank, left side, Hailey, right side; Seat 3: Gretchen, left side, Ben, right side; Seat 4: Alice, left side, Daisy, right side

Seat 1: Frank, left side, Alice, right side; Seat 2: Carl, left side, Hailey, right side; Seat 3: Gretchen, left side, Earl, right side; Seat 4: Daisy, left side, Ben, right side

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