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For the following puzzles, carefully read each of the clues, fill in the table (to draw conclusions by eliminating impossibilities), then answer the questions. For the puzzles in which you are trying to determine the order in which things are ranked, an easier way to solve it is by keeping track simply of their order (and not using a square chart).

 Pets PuzzleFour children have different pets. Figure out who has which one. Geography PuzzleFour children were born in different countries. Figure out who was born in which country. US States PuzzleFour children live in different US states. Find out where each of them lives. Last Names PuzzleFour children have different last names. Figure out each child's full name. Dinosaur Puzzle 1Four children have different favorite dinosaurs. Figure out who likes which one. Dinosaur Puzzle 2Four children have different favorite dinosaurs. Figure out who likes which one. Dinosaur Puzzle 3Four children have different favorite dinosaurs. Figure out who likes which one. Dinosaur Puzzle 4Five children have different favorite dinosaurs. Figure out who likes which one. Sports PuzzleFour children have different favorite sports. Figure out who prefers which sport. Favorite Animal PuzzleFour children have different favorite animals. Figure out who likes which one. Time PuzzleFour children have four different appointment times. Figure out who was first, second, third, and fourth. Birth Month PuzzleFour children have different birth months. Figure out who was born in each month. Weight PuzzleFour children weigh different amounts. Figure out who weighs what.

Hints on Solving the Puzzles:

• Instead of simply crossing out a space in the table for an impossibility, put the number of the clue that gave you that information. This makes it easier to check your work if there's a problem.

• A clue like, "Ann was not born in March," yields one piece of information about Ann.

• A clue like, "Amy was born after Deb," yields one piece of information about Amy and one piece of information about Deb.

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