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Pauline's Five Men in Europe

Logic Grid puzzles come with a handy interactive grid that will help you solve the puzzle based on the given clues.

 

Puzzle ID:#28457
Fun:**** (3.15)
Difficulty:*** (2.6)
Category:Logic-Grid
Submitted By:teaserboyAus******

 

 

 



All of Pauline's favorite male relatives live in Europe. They are her father, her uncle, her first cousin, her brother, and her husband. In no particular order, their names are Daniel, Edgar, Wilfred, Luther, and Walter. Although they all live in Europe, no two men live in the same city. The cities in which they live are London, Paris, Rome, Madrid, and Berlin. From the clues given, try to determine not only the city in which each man lives and his relationship to Pauline, but his occupation as well, be it diplomat, correspondent, student, artist or professor. Assume her husband is only related to the other men through marriage to her.

1. The man in Berlin is the father of the correspondent and the diplomat is the father of the man in Paris.
2. Luther is the son of the man in Rome and Walter is the artist's son.
3. Daniel is the father of the man in Madrid and Wilfred is the father of the student.
4. Her cousin does not live in Paris.

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Comments

orbrab*no*
Feb 05, 2006

A little different - fun - but very easy
chaskey*us*
Feb 05, 2006

This one makes no sense at all to me.
harmonize9*us*
Feb 05, 2006

i liked this one. it was easy as long as you followed the clues.
sundaisy227*us*
Feb 05, 2006

This is one of my favorites. I had to get pen and paper out to make sure I kept the relationships separated. VERY GOOD JOB!!!!
roscoep**
Feb 06, 2006

Not really a grid teaser, but one did need paper to keep track of the relationships.
Spiritdance**
Feb 06, 2006

Pretty unique.. Not your average teaser.
Nighttiger25
Feb 06, 2006

Was different than most logic grids, which made it fun.
phrebh*us*
Feb 07, 2006

This really was an exceptionally good logic grid. Good work!
FireGal
Feb 07, 2006

This one really had me going. Great job of making me read, check, re-read, double-check.
bashbach*
Feb 07, 2006

Good job. It went thinking beyond just what you see on the grid. I liked it!!!
bluewitchywoman**
Feb 09, 2006

Wow! This was really hard!! I worked away my lunch break! Keep 'em coming.
Gadget*us*
Feb 09, 2006

Good on Ya...
Winner4600*
Feb 10, 2006

nice job, teaserboy! this is going to my favorites!
Falconerd**
Feb 14, 2006

I loved this one. It has a unique subject, making it that much more challenging to work out in your head. Excellent logic grid!
ffoppia**
Feb 15, 2006

WOW REALLY ENJOYED THIS ONE, QUITE DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHER ROUTING ONES!!
rpriscillae
Feb 21, 2006

pretty easy
brainsterAin*
Feb 25, 2006

Superb! This one is going into my favs.
Prodigy*
Feb 28, 2006

That was really good, and very very easy!!! but it doesnt require a grid...
keep'em comin!
DeinaAus*
Jun 01, 2006

Sweet!!!!

This was really different. The little grey cells liked it!
Mellie627Aus*
Jun 23, 2006

This one was a lot of fun. I really enjoyed the relationships But I had to make a family tree for it, I just could not keep it straight in my head Once I set up the family tree, it was pretty easy, but man to begin with it really made me think. Thanks, and keep them coming. It was a cool teaser.
gracieboo*
Dec 10, 2007

WOW!!! Could be incredibly difficult if you don't pay EXTREME attention to the clues. Luckily, I did!
chris_tracy76Aus*
Apr 29, 2008

Great Logic-Grid!!! Very easy once I figured out who the husband was...
KronosAus*
Dec 10, 2010

Good grid. Had me confused and I couldn't finish it. Great job.
Nedhead*
May 25, 2011

I put the last clue in the grid as I started, and the rest of the puzzle fell into place.
qua006us*
May 17, 2012

Interesting Concept with relations
ObilioAus*
Jul 17, 2013

Really fun! Thanks so much
spikethru4*au*
Jul 17, 2013

Unique, creative, fun and enough of a challenge. Well done.



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