Spring ParadeLogic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.
This year's Spring parade has a marching band, pairs of dancers, a float of jugglers, a dozen circus clowns, a Girl Scout troop, a Boy Scout troop, and a championship football team.
Read the description of each group carefully and decide how many are in each group and in what order they marched in the parade.
The marching band was not the leader, but their 6 rows of 4 musicians in each row were near the front, just ahead of the Girl Scouts.
The football team had 2 fewer marchers than the Girl Scouts, and took their time signing autographs as they marched at the end.
The Girl Scouts and the Boy Scouts were separated by the 3 groups of 4 jugglers on the jugglers' float.
The 3 pairs of dancers were between the Boy Scouts and the football team.
The Boy Scouts had 5 rows of 3 marchers and the Girl Scouts had twice as many.
HintDraw a diagram to illustrate how many marchers are in each group and the order that they marched. Another strategy is to write the name of each group on a different piece of small paper. Then move the papers around to fit the order.
AnswerThe groups are listed in the order that they marched, from first to last:
12 circus clowns
24 musicians in the marching band
30 Girl Scouts
15 Boy Scouts
28 football players
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