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Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 33

Puzzle IconFreddie was in love - with three girls from his school! He couldn't decide which one he wanted to give his heart to so he sent all three a Valentine's card. But poor Freddie was out of luck - each girl thought the card came from someone else and Freddie was left on the sideline.

From the clues below, can you work out the name of each potential sweetheart, the colour of each card Freddie sent and the name of the boy each girl believed the card was sent by?

1. Unluckily for Freddie, when Miss Jetson received her card, she thought it was from Adam.

2. When Molly received her blue coloured card, she told Miss Hanson and together they worked out who the card was from. It didn't occur to either of them that it was from Freddie!

3. The girl who received the red card was convinced it came from Ethan.

4. Neither Millie nor Miss Motson received a pink card.

First Names: Lily, Millie, Molly
Surnames   : Hanson, Jetson, Motson
Colours    : Blue, pink, red
Boys       : Adam, Dylan, Ethan

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[Ref: ZYZN] © Rodins Ltd. 


Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 34

Puzzle IconBelow are six animals that have been split.

Take a set of three letters from the left column, and a set of three letters from the right column and merge them together again, without changing the order of the letters in each half.

Matching sets will not necessarily be on the same row.

For example WMB + OAT and OAT + WMB both equal WOMBAT as the order of the letters OAT, and WMB remain the same.

For another example, RABBIT could become RBT + ABI.

CYO ARU
WLS DNE
EAR FEE
OKY OTE
RRT JAR
AGU BVE

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[Ref: ZIFY] © Kevin Stone 


Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 35

Starting in the bottom left corner and moving either up or right, adding up the numbers along the way, what is the largest sum that can be made?

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[Ref: ZXLF] © Kevin Stone 


Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 36

Puzzle IconWhat is the 5-digit number in which:

the sum of the first two digits is one smaller than the third digit
the third digit is double the fourth digit
the fourth digit is double the last digit
the third digit is the product of the fourth and fifth digits
the second digit is five more than the first digit
the first digit is one-eighth the third digit and also one-fourth of the fourth digit?

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[Ref: ZBUX]  

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