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

 

Puzzle ID:#48390
Fun:** (1.76)
Difficulty:* (0.42)
Category:Logic-Grid
Submitted By:Magyk555*
Corrected By:Magyk555

 

 

 



There are three teachers. Their names are Mr. Jones, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Johns. Each teacher has a favorite student. The students' names are Nathan, Bob, and Jim. Each teacher is a certain age. The ages are 30, 35, and 40. Your job is to find out how old each teacher is, and find out who their favorite student is.

Clue 1: The oldest teacher likes Bob the most.
Clue 2: Mr. Jones is not the oldest or the youngest teacher.
Clue 3: Mr. Jones does not like Nathan.
Clue 4: Mr. Smith is not the oldest teacher.

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Comments

gooberbaby1*us*
Jan 16, 2011

luv it! although,not that difficult
KronosAus**
Jan 20, 2011

It was very easy to solve. Good job creating it.
childlikempressAus
Jan 31, 2011

very easy but good plot
Mitty44*us*
Feb 05, 2011

Nice. Too easy though.
0xy1Att*
Feb 08, 2011

ez as pie!
geekymeek
Mar 29, 2011

VERY VERY VERY EASY! EASIER THAN THREE YOUNG WOMEN! BUT STILL.. GOOD PLOT, JUST MAKE IT BIGGER!
popuna1Aie
Jul 30, 2011

easy peasy lemon squeezy
Rileyd*us
Jan 25, 2014

SUPER CALLAFRAGALISCTIC EXPIALA EASY!!!!
LogicalRogerAus*
May 21, 2014

It was quite simple and I do like how you gave a minimal amount of clues needed to solve it. However, it was so short it almost seemed to be lacking some ... excitement. It almost read like a news report with facts only. Good job nonetheless.



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