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The letters A, B, C, D, E, F and G, not necessarily in that order, represents seven consecutive numbers.

  • F is as much less than B as C is greater than D.

  • G is greater than F.

  • B is the middle term.

  • A is 3 greater than D.

What is the sequence of letters from the lowest value to the highest value?

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Clarification ... sorry guys, the 10 min. time slice has expired. I later realized that the puzzle does not have a unique solution. So, I updated it here as follows.

The letters A, B, C, D, E, F and G, not necessarily in that order, represents seven consecutive numbers.

  • F is as much less than B as C is greater than D.

  • G is greater than F.

  • B is the middle term.

  • The difference between A and D is the same as two times the difference between E and A.

What is the sequence of letters from the lowest value to the highest value?

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What is the sequence of letters from the lowest value to the highest value?

E F D B C A G

*edit* I had a suspicion my answer might not be the only solution. Working on the updated one now ...

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D F C B A G E

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  • F is as much less than B as C is greater than D.

  • G is greater than F.

  • B is the middle term.

  • The difference between A and D is the same as two times the difference between E and A


1-7 f,d,c,b,a,e, and I did'nt have time for the g
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actually i a may be wrong cos of the difference between a-e n a-d, oh well the egg "is heel lekker"!

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FGDBECA

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My answer for the first puzzle was EFDBCAG (low to high)

I could not find other ones that fit all of the conditions. (unless F being as much less than B as C is greater than D means F can be greater than B and C less than D)

for new one: DFCBAGE

Clarification ... sorry guys, the 10 min. time slice has expired. I later realized that the puzzle does not have a unique solution. So, I updated it here as follows.

The letters A, B, C, D, E, F and G, not necessarily in that order, represents seven consecutive numbers.

  • F is as much less than B as C is greater than D.

  • G is greater than F.

  • B is the middle term.

  • The difference between A and D is the same as two times the difference between E and A.

What is the sequence of letters from the lowest value to the highest value?

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The letters A, B, C, D, E, F and G, not necessarily in that order, represents seven consecutive numbers.

  • F is as much less than B as C is greater than D.

  • G is greater than F.

  • B is the middle term.

  • A is 3 greater than D.

What is the sequence of letters from the lowest value to the highest value?

F G B D C A

this works, but so does

F D B C A G

or

F D B C G A

etc.

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The letters A, B, C, D, E, F and G, not necessarily in that order, represents seven consecutive numbers.

  • F is as much less than B as C is greater than D.

  • G is greater than F.

  • B is the middle term.

  • A is 3 greater than D.

What is the sequence of letters from the lowest value to the highest value?

E F G B D C A

this works, but so does

F G D B C A E

or

F D E B C G A

etc.

fogot the E's, more options can happen

Edited by the new riddler
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D<F<C<B<A<G<E

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1-7 f,d,c,b,a,e, and I did'nt have time for the g

actually i a may be wrong cos of the difference between a-e n a-d, oh well the egg "is heel lekker"!

"F is as much less than B as C is greater than D." doesn't hold in your sequence as well

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FGDBECA

Your sequence seems ok, but the difference between 'A' and 'D' doesn't make two times the difference between 'E' and 'A'. (I mean in your case, it is '-2' times)

The difference between A and D is the same as two times the difference between E and A.

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E F G B D C A

this works, but so does

F G D B C A E

or

F D E B C G A

etc.

fogot the E's, more options can happen

In order to have a unique solution, I have changed the puzzle in the second thread (b/c the ten min time slice expired!)

Have a look at my updated puzzle (thread-2).

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D F C B A G E

Well done DuhPuck and storm ... your got it.

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The letters A, B, C, D, E, F and G, not necessarily in that order, represents seven consecutive numbers.

* F is as much less than B as C is greater than D.

* G is greater than F.

* B is the middle term.

* A is 3 greater than D.

What is the sequence of letters from the lowest value to the highest value?

E F G B D C A

this works, but so does

F G D B C A E

or

F D E B C G A

etc.

Actually, none of your solutions are correct. The first two do not fulfill the first requirement, and the third one fails to satisfy the fourth rule.

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