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Questions 16-22

At Camp Lone Pine, each of ten camp buildings has its own
patio in front of it. At the camp, there are exactly five trails,
which cross the patios. Anyone arriving at or departing
from a building must cross its patio.
The Woods Trail begins at the patio of the Director’s
Building and goes only to the patios of Cabins 1 through 5
in numerical order. The Lake Trail goes only from the patio
of the Director’s Building to the patios of the Craft Barn,
the Dining Hall, and the Boathouse in that order. The
Bridge Trail goes only between the patio of Cabin 3 and the
patio of the Dining Hall. The Meadow Trail goes only
between the patio of the Dining Hall and the patio of the
Athletic Equipment Shed. The Rocky Trail goes only
between the patio of the Boathouse and the patio of Cabin
5. No two trails intersect. Travel between the buildings
must conform to the following requirements:
Campers and staff can travel in either direction on all
trails
All travel between buildings must take place on
existing trails, and there are no other buildings or trails
at the camp

16. A camper traveling from the boathouse to the Craft
Barn must use which of the following trails?

(A) The Bridge Trail
(B) The Lake Trail
(C) The Meadow Trail
(D) The Rocky Trail
(E) The Woods Trail

17. What is the minimum number of trails a camper must
use in going from Cabin 2 to the Athletic Equipment
Shed?

(A) One
(B) Two
(C) Three
(D) Four
(E) Five

18. A trip between the two buildings in which of the
following pairs can be made using only one trail?

(A) Cabin 2, Boathouse
(B) Cabin 3, Athletic Equipment Shed
(C) Craft Barn, Cabin 5
(D) Dining Hall, Cabin 1
(E) Director’s Building, Cabin 4


19. A trip between the two buildings in which of the
following pairs requires the use of a minimum of three
trails?

(A) Athletic Equipment Shed, Cabin 4
(B) Boathouse, Cabin 1
(C) Cabin 3, Director’s Building
(D) Craft Barn, Cabin 5
(E) Dining Hall, Cabin 2

20. A camper using the minimum number of trails to go
from Cabin 4 to the Athletic Equipment Shed must
cross the patio of which of the following buildings?

(A) Boathouse
(B) Cabin 1
(C) Cabin 3
(D) Crft Barn
(E) Dirctor’s Building

21. A camper starting at Cabin 2 could reach the Athletic
Equipment Shed by using only which of the following
trails in the order given?

(A) Lake, Bridge, Woods, Rocky
(B) Rocky, Lake, Meadow, Woods
(C) Woods, Lake, Rocky, Meadow
(D) Woods, Rocky, Bridge, Meadow
(E) Woods, Rocky, Lake, Meadow

21. A camper could travel from the Dining Hall to which
of the following buildings by two different routes,
each route crossing the same number of patios but not
crossing any patio twice?

(A) Cabin 1
(B) Cabin 2
(C) Cabin 4
(D) Cabin 5
(E) Director’s Building






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may be useful to draw a rough diagram. For each question, select the best answer of choice given.

Question 1-6

Every week the owner of a produce store offers a special
sale on either one or two vegetables, charging half-price for
vegetables that are on special. During one four-week
Period, week 1 through week 4, the owner will offer a
special on each of six vegetables: lettuce, onions, peas,
radishes, squash, and tomatoes. Each vegetable will be on
special for exactly one of the four weeks according to the
following conditions:

A week in which two vegetables are on special cannot be
immediately followed by another week in which
two vegetables are on special.
Radishes must be on special in 1 week.
Tomatoes must be on special in a week in which two
vegetables are on special.
Peas must be on special in a week sometime before the
week in which lettuce is on special.
Squash must be on special in a week sometime before the
week in which onions are on special.


1. If only one vegetable is on special in week 1, that
vegetable could be

(A) lettuce
(B) onions
(C) peas
(D) radishes
(E) tomatoes

2. Which of the following could be on special together in
week 2?

(A) Lettuce and onions
(B) Onions and peas
(C) Onions and squash
(D) Peas and radishes
(E) Radishes and tomatoes












3. If peas are on special in the same week as radishes,
which of the following must be true?

(A) Lettuce is on special in week 2.
(B) Onions are on special in week 1.
(C) Onions are on special in week 2.
(D) Squash is on special in week4
(E) Tomatoes are on special in week 4.

4. If lettuce is on special in the same week as onions,
which of the following must be true?

(A) Peas are on special in week 1.
(B) Squash is on special in wee2.
(C) Tomatoes are on special in week 2.
(D) Tomatoes are on special in week 3.
(E) Lettuce is on special in week 4.

5. If squash is on special in week3, which of the following
must be on special in a week in which only one vegetable
is on special?

(A) Lettuce
(B) Peas
(C) Radishes
(D) Squash
(E) Tomatoes

6. if lettuce is on special in the same week as squash, which
of the following must be true?

(A) Lettuce is on special in week 3.
(B) Peas are on special in week 2.
(C) Squash is on special in week 1.
(D) Tomatoes are on special in week 3.
(E) Tomatoes are on special in week 4.