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  • Hitman
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    Phew

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  • Mcakkay
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    At a recent birthday party there were four mothers and their children. aged 1, 2, 3 and 4. From the clues below can you work out whose child is whose and their relevant ages? It was Jane's child's birthday party. Brian is not the oldest child. Sarah had Anne just over a year ago. Laura's child will be 3 next birthday. Daniel is older than Charlie. Teresa's child is the oldest. Charlie is older than Laura's child.

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  • Mcakkay
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    haha ok in the future if anyone gets that one then they shall win the title of best thinker of the year award!! gimme a sec to find another one

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  • Maniac
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    yer,.

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  • Hitman
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    Please have some mercy Mcakkay

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  • Maniac
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    i give up,lolz.

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  • Hitman
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    Not a thing, please post an easy one, I'm sure Maniac doesen't understand it either

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  • Mcakkay
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    @ Hitman

    It takes a while to work out..do you understand what its asking?

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  • Mcakkay
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    @ Mani

    the book actually did give the possibility of A and C being right in certain situations but all situations show B to be right so they just said B was the correct answer. So you were kinda right, but B is still the Right answer

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  • Hitman
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    I don't understand a thingy Lol

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  • Mcakkay
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    each of these letters stands for the digits 1-9
    K L M
    N O P
    Q R S

    1. the 5 odd digits are K, L, N, Q, S
    2. either 1 row consists of three consecutive #'s in descending order reading left to right, or one column consists of three consecutive #'s in descending order reading top to bottom
    3. M+2=P ; P-1= N
    4. QxR=M
    5. L is a prime number

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  • Maniac
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    gah,,,,,,,,This is weird..
    The book is wrong,lolz/.

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  • Hitman
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    Lol

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  • Maniac
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    hey,this is fun,lolz./

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  • Maniac
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    mcakkay u put the riddles,and if u have msn,gimme ur msn addy plz...

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