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Book Problems

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

 

Puzzle ID:#50268
Fun:*** (2.35)
Difficulty:* (0.89)
Category:Logic-Grid
Submitted By:klsowell*******

 

 

 



Three friends - Jack, Lucy, and Elaine - recently joined a writing club, but they got their stories all mixed up! Using the clues, can you determine whose story is whose, and how many words each one has?

Names: Jack, Lucy, Elaine
Story Titles: The Pirate's Quest, Into the Garden, Aether Dreams
Numbers of Words: 2000, 5000, 10000,

Clues:

1. The three stories are: the one with 10000 words, the one entitled The Pirate's Quest, and Elaine's story.

2. The writer of Into the Garden thought her book would be the longest, but it ended up the shortest.

3. Jack's book had nothing to do with flowers or magic; he instead chose a more boy-ish theme.

4. Lucy's book had a magical, multi-dimensional theme that had nothing to do with pirates or gardens.

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Answer

The Pirate's Quest was 5000 words long and was written by Jack.
Into the Garden was 2000 words long and was written by Elaine.
Aether Dreams was 10000 words long and was written by Lucy.

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