by Randall L. Whipkey
Gidget's Widgets, Inc., is a small manufacturer whose single 5-man
assembly line produces the company's unique product. Each man on
the assembly line uses a different tool to attach a part to each
Widget; at one station, the Cloog-O-Meter is added. Given the
facts that follow, you should be able to solve the Logic Problem
of who mans each assembly line station in order 1-5, what tool he
uses to do his job, and which part he attaches to each Gidget's Widget.
- Joe's station is immediately after the one where the Hummerdrum
is attached to the Widget; the worker who adds the Hummerdrum
isn't the one who uses a glue gun.
- Gus isn't the assembly line worker responsible for attaching
the Watchawicket to each product.
- A hammer is used at an earlier station than the one where the
Jingobelt is added to each Widget.
- Ed isn't the Hummerdrum specialist.
- Gus works on each Widget immediately before it goes to the man
who uses a drill to add his part.
- Al gets each Widget immediately after another worker has attached
the Watchawicket to it.
- Bob attaches his part to each product right before a co-worker
employs a socket wrench to do his job.
- Al isn't the one on-line at the Jingobelt station.
- Immediately after Ed works on each Widget, it goes down the line
to the man who uses a glue gun to attach his part.
- Joe isn't the worker who uses a drill.
- Al doesn't use a glue gun or a socket wrench at his station.
- The man who uses a welding torch to attach his part isn't the
assembly line worker who is responsible for adding the Pampipin
to each of Gidget's Widgets.
Logic Problem Solution
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