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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 9

Puzzle IconFor being good at the garden fete, four children were each given two sweets.

  • Jesse had an orange sweet.
  • One child who had a red one also had a blue one.
  • No child had two sweets of the same colour.
  • A child who had a green sweet also had a red one.
  • Jamie didn't have a red sweet and Jo had a green one.
  • Jules didn't have an orange one and Jesse had no blue sweets.
Knowing that there were two sweets of each colour, can you tell the colours of the sweets each child had?

[Ref: ZPJX] © Kevin Stone

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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 10

Puzzle IconThe question is somewhere in the grid.

W B H F S K F V J P Z
H S S H T J P P N W L
A F P W P N T D S W S
T R H S P L M V R G B
I D P B D W S N R T C
S R S F T D B K K F B
O M F R L Z F R K Y P
N J Z J S Z N M B J Q
E R Z F Q Z V G Y F V
P P F G F W Z W N R P
L B J V R J H F K T Z
U H F K Y F W J F S R
S S W C Q R Q Y H R S
O M W F P R Q J K H R
N M B W S K B J Y D Q
E T J Y P F D L R P F

[Ref: ZJLL] © Kevin Stone

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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 11

Puzzle IconBelow are thirteen 5 lettered, everyday words, each of which has had two of its letters removed.

In total these 26 letters are A-Z.

The remaining letters in each word are in the correct order. There are no words which are spelled differently based upon location (favour/favor, etc) and there are no plurals.

Can you determine the original words?

-E-RD
-U-ET
WA-T-
-UM-Y
-E-ER
A-O-E
MI--D
-HEW-
HU-I-
-ABI-
CO--H
HO--E
ARG--

[Ref: ZEOW] © Kevin Stone

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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 12

Puzzle IconAt the local sweet shop, three particularly nice sweets are on special offer.

A Sparkle, a Wibbler and a Nobbler together cost 40p.

  • A Nobbler is over three times the price of a Sparkle.
  • Six Sparkles are worth more than a Wibbler.
  • A Nobbler, plus two Sparkles costs less than a Wibbler.
Can you determine the price of each type of sweet?

[Ref: ZQVP] © Kevin Stone

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