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Logic Puzzle # 37 Logic Problems Help

Logic Problem Solution:
"I Think That I Shall Never See ..."

By clue 2, the Trimmers live immediately between the Plants and family who planted a Crape Myrtle for Arbor Day. By clue 5, the Roots live immediately between the Sapps and the family who chose a River Birch for their yard. For the Trimmers and Roots to live next door to each other, the Roots would have had to plant the Crape Myrtle, which they didn't (7). So, the Trimmers live in 303 and the Plants in 305 or vice versa. Combining clues 2 and 5, if the Plants in clue 2 lived between the Trimmers and Roots, they would have picked the River Birch (5)--no (8). Therefore, the Sapps in clue 5 live at 305 Kilmer Street and planted a Crape Myrtle (2) to celebrate Arbor Day. Since the Branches live in an end house, by clue 1, they reside at 301 Kilmer Street. The Plants then live at 309, with the Trimmers at 307 (2). The Roots are at 303, and the Branches planted a River Birch (5). Neither the Roots (4) nor the Trimmers (6) planted a Flowering Dogwood, so the Plants did. The Roots chose a Bradford Pear for their front yard and the Trimmers an Eastern Redbud (3). The Kilmer Street Arbor Day tree plantings were

  • 301 Kilmer St. -- Branch, River Birch
  • 303 Kilmer St. -- Root, Bradford Pear
  • 305 Kilmer St. -- Sapp, Crape Myrtle
  • 307 Kilmer St. -- Trimmer, Eastern Redbud
  • 309 Kilmer St. -- Plant, Flowering Redbud Copyright © 2000-2007 by Calvin J. Hamilton & Randall L. Whipkey. All rights reserved. Privacy Statement.