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## Four Dozen Campers

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 Puzzle ID: #7474 Fun: (2.72) Difficulty: (1.85) Category: Math Submitted By: hprulz

The 4 dozen campers in the junior division live in 6 differently colored cabins along Miller's Pond. The smallest cabin has 6 campers, and the orange cabin is the largest with 10 campers. The yellow and green cabins are the only cabins with the same number of campers. The 13 youngest campers are in the red and blue cabins with the least number of campers. The purple cabin has 2 more campers than the blue cabin.

How many campers are in each cabin?

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