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A museum has 5 wings: North, South, East, West, and Central. These wings are where the museum displays their traveling exhibits. One year 5 different exhibits came, each one to a different wing. From the clues below, determine the name of the traveling exhibit, what month it opened, how long it was on display, and what wing it was housed in.
1- East Wing hosted the Ancient Greek, an exhibition which opened later in the year than the one which lasted four months.
2- The first exhibit to go on display lasted for 3 months.
3- The exhibitions in North Wing opened in June.
4- Aztec was on display for a period of five months.
5- The six month touring exhibit was allocated to West Wing.
6- The exhibition starting in September ran for longer than the display of the Samurai.
7- The exhibition entitled Masada and Dead Sea Scrolls opened two months before the display in Central Wing; their duration differed by more than a month.
AnswerIn February the Masada and Dead Sea Scrolls display opened in South Wing for 3 months.
In April the Aztec display opened in Central Wing for 5 months.
In June the Samurai display opened in North Wing for 4 months.
In September King Tut opened in West Wing for 6 months.
In November the Ancient Greek opened in East Wing for 2 months.
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