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Old 01-24-2014, 12:35 AM
gbell12 gbell12 is offline
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Question Solving logic grid puzzles verbally

Hi Everyone,

I've got a book of logic grid puzzles. I can do them, but what baffles me is that the solutions are written as sentences. Like "So Miss Bush's long-lived rose (not red or cream [3]) is yellow, thus [4] her name is Rosabel."

The numbers in []'s refer to the clue numbers.

When I do these, I use the grids and the elimination technique. Are people capable of solving them verbally, without using grids to keep track of facts?


Cheers,
Greg
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