1. Ms. Chang, Ms. Wilson, and Mr. Lee each teach an elective course: art, band, Spanish. We know that: Ms. Chang is older than the band teacher. Ms. Wilson is younger than the art teacher. The art teacher is younger than Mr. Lee. Given this information, can you figure out who teaches what?
2. A panel of experts are predicting standings for the upcoming football season.
The first expert predicts, "Broncos 3rd place, Raiders 1st place."
The second expert counters, "The Raiders aren't that good. I think they'll finish 2nd. As for 3rd place, I have the Chiefs."
The last expert replies, "Neither of you get it. The Chargers will surprise everyone and finish 2nd, and the Broncos will do the same and finish 1st."
After the season, it turned out that each expert got one prediction correct and one incorrect. Can you determine the order in which the teams finished?
3. Kelly, Lisa, and Maribel have bought dresses of different colors for a party: floral print, red, and blue. We know that Kelly prefers a solid color and Lisa did not buy either blue or floral. Can you figure out whose dress is what color?
4. Mrs. Mathiesen's students keep a steady supply of highlighters. We know that:
Everyone who owns a red highlighter does not own a green highlighter.
Everyone who doesn't own a red highlighter owns a blue highlighter.
Is it necessarily true that everyone who owns a green highlighter also owns a blue highlighter?
5. Frank, Gianna, and Henry are triplets. When their parents are not home, they play ball in the house and accidentally break a lamp. Their mom returns home and demands an explanation.
Frank says, "I didn't do it." Gianna says, "Neither did I." Henry says, "Gianna is lying."
If only one child is telling the truth, can you figure out who broke the vase?
6. Alan, Phil, and Stuart are hung over after a party. They remember taking shots of tequila, but not how many, except that they are sure one person had one shot, one person had two shots, and one person had three shots.
Alan says, "I took two shots."
Phil says, "I had more than both of you."
Stuart says, "I didn't have an even number." It turns out two of them remembered correctly but the other one didn't. Can you figure out how much each of them drank?