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# Grandfather's Will

Grandfather thinks it is time to prepare his will. He has three daughters: Anne, Beatrice, and Caroline. Each of his daughters has at least one child. The six grandchildren are: Frederic, Gregory, Henry, John, Laura, and Mary. Grandfather wishes each of his grandchildren to receive an equal share, but he can't remember how many children each of his daughters has. However, he does remember that:

Beatrice has the largest family.

Anne doesn't have a daughter.

Mary has two brothers.

Henry's brother is six months younger than Gregory.

Laura has neither a brother nor a sister.

How many children does each child have?

Beatrice has the largest family.

Anne doesn't have a daughter.

Mary has two brothers.

Henry's brother is six months younger than Gregory.

Laura has neither a brother nor a sister.

How many children does each child have?

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Beatrice has three children, Anne has two, and Caroline has one.Hide Hint Show Hint Hide Answer Show Answer

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