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Alice, Ben, Carol, David, and Elsa who are neighbors to each other, decided to celebrate Christmas eve together, using the progressive dinner approach.  They would eat one course of dinner at one's place and move to the next person's place.

The courses in their Christmas dinner include Soup, Salad, Pasta, Steak, and Dessert.  For Dessert, each one of them ate a different kind of desert from the following choices: Ice cream, cake, pie, pudding, and trifle.

Soup was served in the home of the person who ate cake for dessert.

Salad was served in Carol's home.

Pasta was not served in Alice's home.

Steak was served in the home of the person who ate pie for dessert.

Dessert was served in David's home.

Ben chose cake for dessert.

Elsa chose pudding for dessert.

Salad was not served in the home of the person who ate ice cream.

Find out which dinner course was served in each person's home,

and which dessert did each person ate during the Christmas dinner.




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                             Calvin Coolidge


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