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Family Tree

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

 

Puzzle ID:#23381
Fun:*** (2.97)
Difficulty:*** (2.58)
Category:Logic
Submitted By:cdrockAus****!
Corrected By:boodler

 

 

 



I was going through some old family photos in the attic when I stumbled upon our family tree. I studied it for a couple minutes then went back down stairs to tell my mom about the family tree. The problem is I didn't study it long enough to remember the whole thing. I only remembered a couple things about it, and recent memories. Can you help me figure out my family tree? There are two grandparents, who had two children, who both got married and had 2 more children each. Totaling 10 people in all (Alex, David, Jamie, Jessica, John, Justin, Lincoln, Martha, Mary and Tina).

1. One of Jamie's ancestors was David.

2. John's sister gave birth to Tina.

3. Mary went bowling with her nephew last Saturday.

4. Alex is cousins with one of the girls.

5. Justin married Mary.

6. Jessica is not an ancestor, nor cousin of Tina.

7. Lincoln's brother showed Justin's son his baseball cards.


Answer

Martha and David were the grandparents.

They gave birth to John and Mary.

John married Jessica, who gave birth to Lincoln and Alex.

Mary married Justin and gave birth to Tina and Jamie.

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