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Help clues and interactive instructions

• Use the grid charts below attached to each game to plot your guesses.

• Click on each grid square to alternatively:
make a 'green' box for a square, or
click again to make a 'red xx' for eliminating a possible clue.
NOTE: A third click will clear a grid square.

• Use the 'RESET' Button to clear the entire grid chart and start a game over.

Interactivity within the "CLUE" section of each game gives you the ability to:

*Click on each separate clue and cross-out or line-through each clue.*
( Note: To clear a line-through simply click on the clue again!)

• Try it now click on the example below:

CLICK ME (Several times): I AM AN INTERACTIVE CLUE!

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AT THE PET SHOP-2

#### AT THE PET SHOP-2 - Show / Hide -

Last week four friends ( one of whom was named Bill ) went to the pet shop looking for new pets. each friend chose a different pet (one was a monkey .) each friend gave their pets a different name(one was named Spike ).
From the clues provided can you tell which friend bought which pet and the name they gave each of their pets?

#### CLUES -Show / Hide -

[1.] Roger's pet was not wobbles.

[2.] The girl who named her pet spike is afraid of snakes.

[3.] Jan did not name her pet Toto, who is not a dog.

[ 4.] Bill purchased a monkey.

[ 5.] No pets name begins with the same letter as its species.

[ 6.] The cat was named either Spike or Wobbles.

[7.] Jan likes the name Wobbles and gave that name to the pet snake she purchased

#### PLAY GAME - Open / Close -

at the pet shop-2

cat

dog

monkey

snake

spike

spot

toto

wobbles

bill

jan

roger

susan

spike

spot

toto

wobbles

Arrivals/Departures Interactive Examples

#### AIRPORT - show / hide -

Four travelers ( one of whom was Adam ) arrived at JFK all arriving at different times (one plane arrived at 11 am ) and also each departed at different times ( one plane left at 1:15pm ).
From the clues provided can you tell which traveler arrived at JFK at what time and also what their departure times were?

#### CLUES: - show / hide -

The person who arrived earliest also left latest.

Max arrived sometime after Kathy, but before Susan.

Susan departed before Kathy, who departed last.

Adam's arrival time was exactly 2 hours before his departure time.

Max left exactly 15 min prior to Adam.

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arr.-dep.

9am

10am

1130am

12noon

1:15pm

1:30pm

1:45pm

2:00pm

max

kathy

susan

1:15pm

1:30pm

1:45pm

2:00pm

INSURANCE CO_INTERACTIVE -PAGE 71

#### INSURANCE COMPANY -Show / Hide -

Four agents work for Acme auto and life casualty( one is Bill). Last week each agent sold a new policy (one was for theft), to one of four clients( one of whom was a man named Alex).

From the clues provided below can you tell which agent sold which policy to which client?

#### CLUES -Show / Hide -

1.] Roger did not sell a policy to a woman.

2.] Mary did not buy her policy from Susan.

3.] Jane neither purchased the auto or the life policy.

4.] a woman client purchased a new life insurance policy with a woman agent.

5.] stan bought an auto policy from either bill or roger.

6.] both women agents did not sell policies to both women (neither did the men agents).

7.] Susan did not sell the home policy.

#### PLAY GAME -Show / Hide -

ACME
Insurance
Home Life Auto Theft Alex Stan Mary Jane
Bill

joan

roger

Susan

alex

Stan

Mary

Jane

#### YE OLDE ICE CREAM SHOP - show / hide -

Loretta works at the ice cream parlor in town, yesterday afternoon four people ( one was named Ben) came into her shop and each ordered a house special ( including Pink jubilee surprise). If no two people ordered the same special at the same time.

Can you determine from the clues below who ordered which sundae and at what time?

#### CLUES -show / hide-

1. Sadie didn't come in first.

2. Ben came in before at least one other person, he like Reba, didn't order rocky nut.

3. The woman who ordered Alamo fudge came in before Jerry, (who didn't come in before 2 pm).

4. The one who ordered Lot so Choc came in at 2 pm.

5. The two women, in some order , entered the shop at least 3 hours apart.

6. Rocky nut was ordered somewhere between 2 and 3 pm..

#### PLAY GAME -show / hide-

Ice
Cream
Shop
pink
jubilee
rocky
nut
alamo
fudge
lotso
choco
1pm. 2pm. 3pm. 4pm.
Ben
Reba
Jerry
1 pm
2 pm
3 pm
4 pm
INTERACTIVE ON PAGE-PLANET LOGIC GRID PUZZLE

#### PLANET DISCOVERY(show/hide)

Five Scientists including Bob, have been credited with discovering five new planets ( one was named Argo ),
at the Observatory last week (each on a different day including - Monday).
If each scientist discovered his own planet and each on separate days, from the clues provided below can you determine which scientist discovered which planet and on which day?

#### CLUES:(show/hide)

Carl and Igor discovered their planets , Sargo and Bargo (in some order), on consecutive days, but not starting Monday.

Bob did not discover Fargo, which was discovered sometime later in the week, after Bob's discovery.

Argo was discovered before Bargo, but after Margo.

Edie discovered her planet the very next day after Bob's discovery, she did not find Margo.

Sargo was discovered last.

Carl discovered his planet 3 days after Bob.

The day of Max's discovery, Margo and Argo had already been found.

#### PLAY GAME - open / close -

PLANETS

Argo

Bargo

Fargo

Margo

Sargo

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Bob

Carl

Edie

Igor

Max

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

LOGIC GRID TEMPLATES 4x4

#### MIXED DRINKS (show / hide )

Four friends(including mary) were at the company picnic.Each friend had a different drink (one was water), with a different mix added( one had lemon). From the clues provided can you figure out which friend had which drink and what was added to his/her drink?

#### CLUES : (show / hide )

Wilma did not drink water mixed with her lemon.

Only the men drank soda or water.

Mary was not the one who had water & lime.

David did not mix his drink with lime.

The woman who had strawberry did not have tea.

#### PLAY GAME- show / hide-

MIXED DRINKS soda water tea juice lemon lime s.berry vanilla
david
mary
wilma
lemon
lime
s.berry
vanilla
INTERACTIVE ON PAGE-TEST SCORES-LOGIC GRID PUZZLE

#### TEST SCORES(show/hide)

Last week Mr. Wilkes gave his math class two quizzes, the kids(one of whom was named Amber) each took the quizzes on separate days and nobody received lower than a 60 score.
From the clues provided below can you determine what scores the kids received on each quiz?

#### CLUES:(show/hide)

No child received the same score on both quizzes.

The girl who received a perfect score on the first quiz, wound up with an average of 95 from both quizzes.

Marc had the lowest overall average of 75(he received a score of 60 on one of the quizzes).

Amber scored higher on her second quiz.

On the second quiz Marie improved her score by more than 20 points.

Matt's second score was 10 points lower than his first quiz score.

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TEST SCORES

65

75

85

90

100

60

75

85

90

95

Amber

Marc

Marie

Matt

Stacy

60

75

85

90

95

INTERACTIVE ON PAGE-The Season-LOGIC GRID PUZZLE

#### THE STANDINGS(show/hide)

Five teams play in the Intramural softball league ( each team plays the other team 5 times).The standings show that one team won 12 games and another lost 16 games.
From the clues provided below can you determine which team won the most games and where each team finished in the standings (wins-losses)at the end of the season?

#### CLUES:(show/hide)

Indians lost more games than both the Angels and Giants.

Bears had more wins than losses.

Rangers lost more games than at least three other teams.

Giants placed second in the standings.

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THE STANDINGS

17 Wins

15 Wins

12 Wins

4 Wins

2 Wins

3

5

8

16

18

Bears

Indians

Giants

Rangers

Angels

3

5

8

16

18

TEACHERS CLASSES :INTERACTIVE

#### TEACHERS CLASSES -show / hide -

Four Teachers( including Miss Wilson) teach different classes(one is Spanish) at Valley Elementary.Each of their respective classes had different semester averages(one class averaged a score of 95).
From the clues below can you determine which teacher taught which subject and what their average scores were?

#### CLUES - show / hide -

Miss Jones taught either Art or History.

Mrs. Taylor's students averaged above 85 for the entire semester.

Mr. Smith did not teach either Spanish or Art(one of these classes finished with an 80 average).

Miss Wilson taught Music.

Mr. Smith's class averaged higher than any of the women teachers classes.

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TEACHERS CLASSES Music Art History Spanish 95 90 85 80
Miss Jones
Mr. Smith
Mrs. Taylor
Miss Wilson
95
90
85
80

#### STUDENT'S GRADES - show / hide -

Five different children (one named Ben), took five different subjects (one was Science), and received 5 different grades (one was awarded a B+).
From the clues below can you determine which student received which grade in which subject?

#### CLUES - show / hide -

The student who received the lowest grade (in HOME EC.) is not a male.

The highest grade was not given in either Science or Geography.

Mary received either an A+ or an A in Math.

The student who was in the Geography class scored lower than the student in the English class , who scored lower than the one in the Math class.

The male student who who took the Science class received a higher grade than the one in the English class( who was not Ben ).

#### PLAY GAME - show / hide -

GRADES A+ A B+ B C Math English Science Geography Home EC.
Ashley
Ben
Paul
Mary
Rachel
Math
English
Science
Geography
Home EC.
JUMPING BEANS :INTERACTIVE

#### JUMPING BEANS - show / hide -

Five siblings (one is Julie), were given different colored jumping beans(one set is colored yellow), with each set having a different number of beans(one set has 7).
From the clues below can you determine which sibling has which colored jumping bean and how many of each set they have?

#### CLUES - show / hide -

Jim's set has more than the one with the green-colored beans, but less than that of the red set.

Jane's set of five beans is colored neither blue or yellow.

Julie's set contains more beans than either Jane's or Jeff's (combined).

The orange-colored set either contains 5 or 7 total.

The yellow-colored set (which is not Julie's), contains not less than 9 beans.

Jeff's beans are blue.

There are less beans in Julie's red-colored set than the yellow set.

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JUMPING BEANS Blue Green Orange Red Yellow 3 5 7 9 11
Jane
Jasper
Jeff
Jim
Julie
3
5
7
9
11
MATTER AFTER MATTER:Static

#### MATTER AFTER MATTER - show / hide -

Five scientists (one who is named Louie) have performed experiments with their initial sample particles (one has 5 particles to start), after adding a special compound (one uses Compound T), they all increased their particles by a certain amount(one finished with 4 times his/her initial quantity).
From the clues provided can you determine the scientists initial amounts, their final amounts and the compounds each used?

#### CLUES: - show / hide -

Grace doubled her initial particles after using Compound A.

Using Compound P allowed one scientist to finish with the most amount of particles.

After applying his compound Charlie's sample increased by a factor of 4.

Compound G was used by the one whose initial sample was 7, and increased his/her final particle count by at least 20.

Margaret was able to increase her initial sample by a factor of 5, she didn't use Compound O.

Alvin's initial particle sample was lower than at least 3 others, his final particle count exceeded at least three others.

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Matter after... 3 5 6 7 9 A O T P G 12 15 27 36 49
Alvin
Louie
Margaret
Grace
Charlie
12
15
27
36
49
A
O
T
P
G
INTERACTIVE ON PAGE-VOTES ARE IN- LogIC GRID PUZZLE

Six candidates (one of whom was named Susie) for local mayor of our small town arrived at the polling station to cast their own votes (one arrived at 530pm) .
From the clues provided can you determine the candidate's name, the time he/she arrived and the number of votes he/she received?

#### CLUES:(show/hide)

Alex received more votes than at least 3 others, and also arrived after three others.

Billy arrived at least 1/2 hour before Susie did and received exactly 30 more votes than she did.

Cathy who arrived precisely at 5pm , received more than 50 votes.

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VOTES ARE IN 20 40 50 60 70 90 5
pm
515
pm
530
pm
545
pm
600
pm
630
pm
Alex
Billy
Cathy
Robin
Susie
Tanya
5 pm
515pm
530 pm
545 pm
600 pm
630pm
TRANSPORTATION:INTERACTIVE

#### "T" for TRANSPORTATION: - show / hide -

Five travellers(one of whom is named Tabitha) from our town have the habit of taking the same mode of transportation (one is by Taxi), wherever they go. Each transport leaves at a scheduled time( one is 10am).
From the clues provided can you determine the transports our travellers take and the time they depart?

#### CLUES: - show / hide -

The earliest available transport is the Trolley (which is not taken by any of the men, or Tanya).

Nobody departs at noon from either the Taxi or the Tour bus.

Tabitha either rides the train or the tugboat.

The Taxi is taken by Tony every morning sometime before 9am.

The tugboat is not the last transport of the day.

Tanya leaves 2 hours after Timmy.

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"T" for
TRANSPORTATION:
7
AM
8
AM
9
AM
10
AM
noon Train Trolley Tour Bus Taxi Tugboat
Tony
Timmy
Tammy
Tanya
Tabitha
Train
Trolley
Tour Bus
Taxi
Tugboat
INTERACTIVE ON PAGE-DOG SHOW-LOGIC GRID PUZZLE

#### DOG SHOW(show/hide)

Five puppies can perform different tricks ( one can stand on its hind legs ), each is scheduled to perform its trick at different times ( one will be shown at 130pm).
From the clues provided can you determine which puppies will perform which tricks and at which time?

#### CLUES:(show/hide)

Spike ( who does not stand ), is scheduled to perform before at least 2 other puppies.

Sam 'the skipping-rope puppy' performs last.

Spot who does not Speak or Sit, performs before at least 2 other puppies.

Sadie ( who doesnt Spell or Stand ), does not perform first.

Snoopy ( who either Spells or Stands ), performs at exactly 230 pm.

The puppy that Speaks ( which is not Sadie ) , performs sometime before 230pm, but after 1pm.

The puppy that Spells goes on before Snoopy.

Sadie is the very next puppy to perform after Spot.

DOG SHOW

Sit

Stand

Skip

Speak

Spell

1 pm

130 pm

2 pm

230 pm

3 pm

Sam

Snoopy

Spike

Spot

1

130

2

230

3

THE CONTEST 4x4

#### THE CONTEST (show / hide )

Four friends(including a female named Jackie) , participated in the ST. Elgis Holiday Shootem Up Tournament. The rules are that you can score both 2pt. ( one person made 3), and 3pt ( one person made 5 )baskets.
From the clues provided can you figure out which friend scored the most 2pt goals and 3 pt goals and which score each person made?

#### CLUES : (show / hide )

The total scores were 21, 20, 19 and 18.

No one scored BOTH the most 2pt goals and 3pt goals.

Neither Billy nor Sally was the winner ( who scored at least 3 - 2pt goals and more than 3 - 3pt goals ).

James scored the most 2-pt goals, but his total was less than both Sally, and Billy.

One women scored 3 - 2pt goals, the other 5 - 3pt goals.

The one who scored the same number of 2-pt and 3-pt goals was not a woman.

The one with 19 points scored at least 4 - 2pt goals, but less than 4 - 3pt goals.

#### PLAY GAME- show / hide-

THE CONTEST 3 - 2pt 4 - 2pt 5 - 2pt 6 - 2pt 21 20 19 18 2 - 3pt 3 - 3pt 4 - 3pt 5 - 3pt
Billy
Jackie
James
Sally
2
3
4
5
21
20
19
18