Test: LSAT Logical Reasoning

Two things are true of all good deeds. First, they are accompanied by feelings of satisfaction. Second, if they are publicly known, they elicit general approval.

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If all of the above statements are true, then which of the following cannot also be true?

Some good deeds that are not publicly known are not accompanied by feelings of satisfaction.

Every publicly known act that is accompanied by feelings of satisfaction is a good deed.

Good deeds are good solely because they are accompanied by feelings of satisfaction.

Even if they frequently elicit general approval when known publicly, some deeds that are accompanied by feelings of satisfaction are not good deeds.

Some publicly known deeds that elicit general approval are not accompanied by feelings of satisfaction.

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