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Test 78, Game 3

During the weeklong grand opening of a new antique shop, the antique dealer will auction exactly one antique per day for six consecutive days—June 1st through June 6th. The antiques to be auctioned are: a harmonica, a lamp, a mirror, a sundial, a table, and a vase. The following conditions apply:

The sundial is not auctioned on June 1st.

If the harmonica is auctioned on an earlier date than the lamp, then the mirror is also auctioned on an earlier date than the lamp.

The sundial is auctioned on an earlier date than the mirror and also on an earlier date than the vase.

The table is auctioned on an earlier date than the harmonica or on an earlier date than the vase, but not both.

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Question 12

Which one of the following could be an accurate list of the six antiques, in the order in which they are auctioned, from June 1st through June 6th?


A

harmonica, table, sundial, lamp, vase, mirror

B

lamp, harmonica, sundial, mirror, vase, table

C

harmonica, sundial, table, mirror, lamp, vase

D

sundial, mirror, harmonica, table, vase, lamp

E

vase, sundial, lamp, harmonica, table, mirror

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Question 13

Which one of the following could be true?


A

The table is auctioned on June 2nd and the lamp is auctioned on June 3rd.

B

The sundial is auctioned on June 2nd and the vase is auctioned on June 3rd.

C

The mirror is auctioned on June 3rd and the sundial is auctioned on June 4th.

D

The vase is auctioned on June 4th and the sundial is auctioned on June 5th.

E

The sundial is auctioned on June 4th and the table is auctioned on June 5th.

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Question 14

If the table is auctioned on a date that is later than both the date on which the mirror is auctioned and the date on which the vase is auctioned, then which one of the following could be true?


A

The harmonica is auctioned on an earlier date than the table.

B

The table is auctioned on an earlier date than the lamp.

C

The table is auctioned on an earlier date than the sundial.

D

The mirror is auctioned on an earlier date than the vase.

E

The sundial is auctioned on an earlier date than the lamp.

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Question 15

Which one of the following CANNOT be the antique auctioned on the day immediately preceding the day on which the vase is auctioned?


A

the harmonica

B

the lamp

C

the mirror

D

the sundial

E

the table

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Question 16

Which one of the following could be true?


A

The mirror is auctioned on June 2nd.

B

The lamp is auctioned on June 2nd.

C

The vase is auctioned on June 2nd.

D

The lamp is auctioned on June 3rd.

E

The mirror is auctioned on June 5th.

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Question 17

Which one of the following could be true?


A

The sundial is auctioned on June 5th.

B

The sundial is auctioned on June 4th.

C

The lamp is auctioned on June 5th and the mirror is auctioned on June 6th.

D

The table is auctioned on June 3rd and the lamp is auctioned on June 4th.

E

The harmonica is auctioned on June 2nd and the vase is auctioned on June 3rd.

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