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Field Trip!

Submitted By: Anonymous

Difficulty: easy

A group of 30 high school biology students took a field trip to a state park to collect bug samples overnight.

Each cabin at the park (of which no two had the same color) could hold 8 people, two of which were a husband and wife chaperone team.

Your task is to determine which cabin each couple was staying in (both the color and the cabin number,) the husbands first name, the wifes first name and their last names.



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Wife
Last Name
Cabin Color
Cabin #
Clicks
1
2
3

 Karen

 Sally

 Sarah

 Sue

 Smith

 Spolier

 Baker

 Johnson

 Orange

 Green

 Gray

 Brown

 2

 4

 6

 8

 Husband

 Bob
 Pete
 Charles
 Alex

Cabin #

 2
 4
 6
 8

Cabin Color

 Orange
 Green
 Gray
 Brown

Last Name

 Smith
 Spolier
 Baker
 Johnson

Clues:

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  1. Bob, who is not married to Sarah, didn't bunk in the Orange cabin.
  2. Pete and his wife Karen were not staying in cabin #6. Karen's last name is not Spoiler.
  3. The Baker couple were staying in the brown cabin, which was #4.
  4. Alex's cabin had a lower number than the one Sally camped in but higher than the couple who were staying in the gray cabin.
  5. Alex isn't married to Sue Johnson. Charles Smith was not bunking in the green cabin.
  6. The couple staying in the Orange cabin had a sign on the door that said 8.
Husband Wife Last Name Cabin Color Cabin #
Bob
Pete
Charles
Alex


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