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Colorful Workplace

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Puzzle ID:#20988
Fun:*** (2.99)
Difficulty:*** (2.27)
Category:Logic-Grid
Submitted By:jpfrank1**

 

 

 



Five employees of varying ages have been assembled to work on a project due to their varying backgrounds. Three men (Jason, Corey and Matt) and two women (Carly and Stephanie) are meeting for the first time and getting to know each other. They vary in ages from 18-45 and are from all over the country. Each person is either wearing a scarf or necktie in their favorite color. You job is to figure out the age, favorite color and hometown of each employee.

1. No employee is from a city that begins with the same letter as his or her first name.
2. Jason's hometown's baseball team has Red uniforms which is not his favorite color, but it is one of his female colleagues.
3. Whoever is 45 has lived in Washington DC for his entire life.
4. Carly likes to wear Yellow.
5. The San Diego native dislikes Green.
6. Stephanie is younger than Jason, and Jason is not the oldest employee.
7. The Miami native's favorite cartoon character growing up is the same color as his necktie, which is the color of the object of Ms. Piggy's affection.
8. Corey's skin tone does not allow him to wear Blue.
9. No girl is in her 20s.
10. The 28 year old likes Blue.
11. Matt's tie is Purple.

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