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Age Mix Up

Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.

 

Puzzle ID:#27530
Fun:*** (2.77)
Difficulty:*** (2.15)
Category:Logic
Submitted By:scm14Aus*****

 

 

 



Jordan, Justin and Jeff are brothers whose ages are 29, 30 and 31 (in any order). Your job is to determine the brothers' ages from the clues below. There's one catch though....only ONE clue is true. The rest are false. Good luck!

1. Justin is 30
2. Jordan is the youngest
3. Jordan is 31
4. Justin is one year older and one year younger than his brothers.
5. Justin is not the youngest.
6. Jordan is not two years older than Justin.
7. Justin is the oldest
8. Jeff is older than Jordan.




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Comments

kick
Dec 16, 2005

easy but cute
SunroseAus*
Dec 16, 2005

Nice teaser. Job well done on writting it up. I had fun working it out. Keep 'em coming.
magicalmystical*us
Dec 16, 2005

This was a really good teaser! It was fun to do, and for a while there I was stumped. I couldn't figure out which one was the fake question! You are on my list; my good list anyways! LOL!
TheEarthling*no*
Dec 16, 2005

Really fun! I got it!
DaveC**
Dec 20, 2005

;Good Job. Well thought out and explained well in the answer
Kelso0907
Dec 21, 2005

well that was confusing.....o well...maybe i'll get another one later!!
brainsterAin*
Dec 28, 2005

*still furiously scratching my head*
Wow !



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