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Posted by DP on July 16, 2013 – 1:51 pm

There are 5 houses on Main street. Emily lives on the end, and is next door to the Red house. The man who works at the Toy Store has a yellow house. One of the ladies is a student, and lives in a White house. Dave, the Car Dealer, lives between the Brown house and Jill. The Teacher lives on the end in a Grey house. Steve lives next door to both Bob and Jill. The Baker lives next door to Dave. Emily’s house is Brown.
Who lives in which house, and what is their profession?


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  1. 1. JohnP24 Said:

    House 1: Emily, Brown, Baker
    House 2: Dave, Red, Car Dealer
    House 3: Jill, White, Student
    House 4: Steve, Yellow, Toy Store
    House 5: Bob, Grey, Teacher

  2. 2. ragknot Said:

    It says two different were at the end, so I changed the first one to “Start” instead of End
    Two parts were for #2 Three parts were for #5

    #— Who— Color— Job— Text Parts
    ———————————————–
    1— Bob— Grey— Teacher— The Teacher lives on the start in a Grey house.
    ===============================================================
    2— Steve— Yellow— Toy Store— Steve lives next door to both Bob and Jill.
    The man who works at the Toy Store has a yellow house.
    ==============================================================
    3— Jill— White— Student— One of the ladies is a student, and lives in a White house.
    ==============================================================
    4— Dave— Red— Car Dealer— Dave, the Car Dealer, lives between the Brown house and Jill.
    ========================================================
    5— Emily— Brown— Baker— Emily lives on the end, and is next door to the Red house.
    The Baker lives next door to Dave.
    Emily lives on the end, and is next door to the Red house.

  3. 3. DP Said:

    I guess I’ve always just heard it as “so-and-so lives at the end of my street”, rather than “start of my street”.

    Yes, you are both correct. It does not matter which ‘end’ of the street. You each used houses 1-5, but with reverse order. I was hoping for a few more responds, but this will have to do.
    Good work!

  4. 4. ragknot Said:

    I was trying to figure it out, but then I copied each part as a line, then moved each line up and down depending on info.

    All lines showed the were finally correct.

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