Logic Puzzles to Print and Solve
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"A" Names on Flag Duty: Eighth grade students at the Alfred Allen Middle School were in charge of raising and lowering the American flag every week day. When the schedule for the upcoming week was posted on the bulletin board, the students that had been pre-selected by their fellow classmates to perform the honors read over the list hastily on their way to the lunchroom. They discussed the schedule while they were eating their lunch and there was some confusion. READ MORE
Art Class: Six students in an art class, including Anne, were participating in a "Miniature Quilt" project. Each participant was asked to choose a common quilt pattern and then create the miniature quilt using only two colors. READ MORE
Baseball Card Collectors: Nine baseball card collectors in an Internet club decided to meet at a baseball card show in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. One of the collectors in the group already lived in Wisconsin and arranged the meeting. READ MORE
Bonnie Bluegrass: Aspiring author Bonnie Bluegrass embarked on a whirlwind tour to promote her first publication. For seven consecutive days, she made one appearance each day, in a different city. READ MORE
Bus Routes: Central City has four main bus routes that pass through the downtown station in the mornings. Each bus makes one scheduled stop at the terminal, including the North Main St. to South Main St. bus which arrives at the terminal at 7:10 a.m. READ MORE
Business Owners: Five local business owners, (one owns the cafe), live on the same side of a dead end street. READ MORE
Clowns at the Circus: When the O'Malley family returned home from the circus, they were discussing how impressed they had been with the four clowns that were passing out balloons before the show. At least one member of the family had been introduced to each of the four clowns, so they knew their names. And all of the family, (as a group), knew what costumes the clowns had been wearing but after the two hour show and the ride home, they began to mix up the details. READ MORE
Coins from the Fountain: A construction crew has been tearing down the old fountain in the town square in order to rebuild the area. Five young boys were searching through the rubble yesterday afternoon after the crew left for the day, gathering coins that folks has tossed in the water fountain before it was torn apart. READ MORE
College Schedule: Ross is starting college at the state university and has enrolled in five different classes for the upcoming semester. He will attend three different classes on Mon/Wed/Fri, (at 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, and 1:00 PM, respectively.) He has two classes that meet on Tues/Thurs; one at 10:00 AM and one at 2:00 PM. READ MORE
Day of the Fox: Jean took her husband Bob to a cabin in the mountains for a seven-day retreat. Each day they were there, including when they arrived on Saturday, they saw a different animal. READ MORE
Family Reunion: Five sisters, spaced exactly two years apart in age, gathered in Ohio for a family reunion. Each one traveled to the event from a different state, with one coming from Oklahoma. READ MORE
Friendly Horse Race: Four friends gathered at a Central Kentucky farm for a friendly horse race. From the clues given, determine each horse's name, its owner, its color, (one was chestnut), and the order it finished in the race. READ MORE