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kai N

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Registered: 7/12/07
logic exercise
Posted: Jul 12, 2007 7:17 AM
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I dont know if this is the place but,
can anyone tell me what kind of a logic exercise this is:

there's 5 bouquets, 8 roses in each one. the colors are pink red white and yellow, 10 of each color. each bouquet's proportion of colors will be different, but at least one of each rose in each bouquet.

Barbara has pinks less than any other color
Effi has double the amount of whites as she does reds
Clara has yellows more than the other colors combined
for Diana the amount of whites and yellows is equal to the pinks and reds.
Ellis has the same amount of reds as she does pinks.
how many roses of each color are in the bouquets?



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