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Abby, Bob, Cindy and Don went to the toy store to get a new toy. They each bought a different toy. They paid a different price for their items. Work out who bought what toy for what price.
Kids: Abby, Bob, Cindy, Don
Toys: Ball, Skipping rope, Paper doll, Book
Prices: $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50
1) A boy bought the ball.
2) Cindy paid with a bill and got less than $3 back.
3) The $1 item was made from paper.
4) The boys only brought $1.75 each.
5) The skipping rope was exactly $1 more than the ball.
6) The book was not $2.
7) Someone with an "n" in their name bought the ball.
HintIf (not that) Abby bought something for $1, and Abby bought the rope, then we know the $1 item is the rope. (Note: These facts may or may not be true.)
AnswerAbby bought the $2 paper doll.
Bob bought the $1 book.
Cindy bought the $2.50 skipping rope.
Don bought the $1.50 ball.
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