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After months of hard work, five scientists have eliminated the need for perfume by perfecting a procedure for creating scented jewelry! By altering the chemical composition of the metal, each scientist saturated a different piece of jewelry with a different scent. Upon completion of the items, the ingenious scientists brought them to the designers at Sentir Jewelers who set a different stone in each piece. From the information provided, determine the piece of jewelry each scientist had scented and the stone that was set within each piece.
Scientist: Dr. Phil, Dr. Ruth, Dr. Seuss, Dr. Spock, Dr. Zhivago
Piece of Jewelry: Bracelet, Brooch, Earrings, Necklace, Ring
Scent: Lavender, Musk, Patchouli, Rose, Sandalwood
Stone: Amethyst, Cat's Eye, Garnet, Moonstone, Opal
1. Neither the opal necklace nor the piece set with a moonstone is the patchouli-scented item (which wasn't created by Dr. Ruth).
2. Dr. Phil's piece of jewelry is neither the lavender-scented one nor the rose-scented item.
3. The amethyst (which wasn't placed in the ring altered by Dr. Zhivago) wasn't set in the pair of earrings Dr. Seuss altered.
4. Dr. Spock is neither the scientist who worked on the brooch nor the one who fashioned the necklace.
5. Dr. Seuss scented his jewelry with musk. A garnet was set in Dr. Ruth's piece.
6. The piece set with moonstone (which isn't rose-scented) isn't the pair of earrings.
AnswerDr. Phil, necklace, sandalwood, opal
Dr. Ruth, brooch, rose, garnet
Dr. Seuss, earrings, musk, cat's eye
Dr. Spock, bracelet, patchouli, amethyst
Dr. Zhivago, ring, lavender, moonstone
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