Hint: Remember that each person told exactly one truth and exactly one lie.
Answer: Derek was the culprit.
Looking at Brian's statement if it was Charles, then Brian was lying in his first statement, which makes the second statement true. Which would mean that it was both Charles and Alan. So it can't be Charles.
Which means Derek was lying in his first statement, which makes the second statement true. Therefore it can't be Alan.
So Eric's second statement must be false, meaning his first statement was true, therefore it was Derek.
Below, 10 nine letter words have been broken into chunks of three letters.
These chunks have been mixed up, no chunk is used twice and all chunks are used.
Can you determine what the 10 words are?
cer ent ead rat uti spr
ful oun pro ann ope ock
nce een oat est liv ion
nou sev ion ast hou akf
bre bea ens dim bed seb
Hint: These are the first letters of the words: P, B, D, L, O, A, B, H, S, B.
pro + nou + nce = pronounce
bea + uti + ful = beautiful
dim + ens + ion = dimension
liv + est + ock = livestock
ope + rat + ion = operation
ann + oun + cer = announcer
bed + spr + ead = bedspread
hou + seb + oat = houseboat
sev + ent + een = seventeen
bre + akf + ast = breakfast
What is represented by this BrainBat?
Hint: Say what you see.
Answer: The underdog.
Using the BrainTracker grid below, how many words can you find? Each word must contain the central G and no letter can be used twice, however, the letters do not have to be connected. Proper nouns are not allowed, however, plurals are. Can you find the nine letter word?