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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 73

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BrainBashers Sports Day

During the recent BrainBashers school sports day, four girls were competing in the 400 metres hurdles. Official figures mysteriously went missing just after the event, however, various spectators could remember the following information. Josie was never suspected though!

1. Jane won and wore red.
2. The girl wearing number 1 came third.
3. Julie beat the girl in yellow, but wasn't wearing number 2.
4. Only one girl finished in the same position as the number she wore, but she didn't wear red.
5. Jackie beat the girl wearing number 3 and Josie wore yellow.
6. The girl in green wore number 2.
7. A spectator remembered one girl wore blue, but couldn't remember anything else about her.

Can you determine the positions the girls finished in, along with the numbers and colours they wore?

[Ref: ZOKL] © Kevin Stone

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Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 74

Which of the six black shapes is identical to the red one?

There may be more than one that is exactly the same.

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[Ref: ZNMV] © Robert A. Hartmann.

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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 75

Puzzle IconMy first is in bridge, but not in ridge.
My second is in awake and in mistake.
My third is in danger, but not in ranger.
My fourth is in flange and in orange.
My fifth is in spline and in nine.
My last is in river and in diver.
My whole likes the darkness.
What am I?

[Ref: ZOMD] © Kevin Stone

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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 76

Puzzle IconA kind old gentleman decided to give 12 sweets to each of the girls in his town and 8 sweets to each of the boys.

Of the 612 children in his town, only half the girls and three quarters of the boys took the sweets.

How many sweets did the kind old gentleman have to buy?

[Ref: ZDTU] © Kevin Stone

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