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Logic Puzzle (11) By misronet.com

Three classmates found each other via the Find your class-mates service provided by www.classmates.com. From the information given below can you identify full name, occupation and living place of each?

Names: Jimmy, Paul and Andrew

Family names: Hardman, Brixton, and Baker

Occupations: Engineer, journalist and Pianist

Living places: USA, CANADA, and Australia.

  1. Hardman, the Pianist lives outside USA. He is not Jimmy.

  2. Paul is the Journalist.

  3. The Engineer lives in Canada.

  4. The one who lives in USA is not called Baker.

Who is who and where does each live now?

 

Family name

Occupation

Living place

Jimmy

Paul

Andrew

Click your choice to check its correctness

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Later on, the three friends, having downloaded the chatting messenger, agreed to chat together on the net at a specific time, and another problem was then created. You may try it now by clicking "puzzle 15" link below

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