ATHELETES IN PLACE
Q: Five athletes were returning from a cross-country race. Athlete C placed third, and athlete E placed second. From the following information, can you tell how athletes A, B, and D placed in the race?
Athlete A was not last. Athlete A came in after E. Athlete D was not first.
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