Puzzle (06)




Five construction supervisors, compared their day achievement results at the end of the day.
From the information given below can you identify each team leader, number of workers, and number of units executed by each team?

  1. The team with the smallest number of workers executed the smallest number of units.
  2. The team of Mr. Ezz, which is not Team 3, had the best day results.
  3. Team 1, had 14 workers, and that is less than the number of workers in Mr.Ali's team.
  4. Team 2 did not have 18 workers, and did not execute 140 units.
  5. Team 5 of Mr. Joe, had more workers than Team 4, and executed less units than both Team 3 and Mr. Ali's team.
  6. Team 3 did not have 12 workers.
  7. The team of Eid had more workers than the team of kan.
The Question is: How may workers were in each team, who was the supervisor for that team, and how many units were executed by that team?

Team 1Team 2Team 3Team 4Team 5
Ali
Eid
Ezz
Kan
Joe
11
12
14
18
20
92
127
134
140
163


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