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## Bingo Card 3

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

 Fun: (2.03) Difficulty: (2.7) Category: Logic Submitted By: cnmne

You are given a stack of bingo cards. Your task is to find a specific card. Given the following clues, what is the number arrangement of that card?

Columns, left to right, are: B (contains numbers 1 through 15), I (contains numbers 16 through 30), N (contains numbers 31 through 45), G (contains numbers 46 through 60), O (contains numbers 61 through 75). Rows, top to bottom, are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. An example of coordinate nomenclature: B1 identifies column B row 1. N3 is a free space (contains no number). No number appears more than once.

1) For each column, the numbers are in either ascending order or descending order.
2) Row 1: the numbers are prime.
3) Row 5: the numbers are composite.
4) Column I: the numbers are spaced at equal intervals.
5) Column O: the numbers are spaced at different intervals.
6) The sum of the numbers in Row 1 equals the sum of the numbers in Row 5.
7) The product of B4 and O5 equals the product of B5 and O4.
8) The product of I2 and G2 equals the product of I3 and G3.
9) N4 is midway between B4 and G4.
10) Each column has one multiple of 6.
11) There is only one square number on the card.

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## Comments

 Posted by snky_jely_fshr on Jul 01, 2009 LOL I was way off but that's the coolest and hardest teaser yet really good!! Posted by sfun3 on Jul 05, 2009 I liked it, good fun. Just the right amount of difficulty. Keep them coming!

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