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


Puzzle ID:#40740
Fun:*** (2.14)
Difficulty:** (1.51)
Submitted By:TRILLIONAIRE*us*****




Fill in the blanks to make the sentences correct:

Number 1)

In this sentence there are three a's, two c's, two d's, twenty six e's, four f's, six h's, ten i's, thirteen n's, five o's, _____ r's, twenty seven s's, seventeen t's, two u's, six v's, six w's, five x's, and three y's.

Number 2)

In this sentence there are three a's, one b, two c's, two d's, thirty e's, four f's, two g's, nine h's, eight i's, one j, one k, three l's, sixteen n's, twelve o's, eleven r's, twenty three s's, twenty two t's, ____ u's, three v's, nine w's, two x's, and four y's.

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Feb 28, 2008

I was right
Feb 28, 2008

its not clever !!
its just too clever !!
its really nice!!
keep up !!
how many "clever's", 'its' and '!'?
Mar 01, 2008
Mar 03, 2008

Ipersonally thought it was great! I got it right!
Mar 04, 2008

Good one!
Mar 06, 2008

This one was pretty easy, good one!
Mar 23, 2008

I must be missing something in the second one . The only reason there are 4 u's is if you put the word 'four' in. But, if you put the word 'three' in, it's true as well, isn't it?

Did I miscount?
Mar 23, 2008

Then there would be a different amount of T's H's, etc.
Apr 15, 2008

I was thinking along the same logic as arcwolf, but then I realized why it would be 4. Good one TRILLIONAIRE!
Mar 02, 2009

It's an interesting idea, but way too tedious.

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