Five men, one of which is Greg each selected 5 unique 3 digit numbers from a hat. given the clues, can you tell what the numbers are and the men who selected them?
1. Each digit for the number chosen by each man is unique. (that is, if the number begins with 1, 1 wont appear anywhere else in the number.)
2. Each digit for each place between men is unique. (that is, if a number begins with 1, no other number begins with 1.)
3. Only the digits 1-5 are used.
4. Andy has the smallest number, and it's evenly divisible by 5.
5. Both Bob's and Fred's numbers are evenly divisible by 3.
6. Bob's number is smaller than Fred's.
7. Tim's number is evenly divisible by 2, and a prime.
8. Tim's number is greater than Bob's.
9. Fred's middle most number is prime.
10. Bob's middle and last number are odd.
11. the middle digit of Tim's number is twice as big as Andy's.
Five men, one of which is Greg each selected 5 unique 3 digit numbers from a hat. given the clues, can you tell what the numbers are and the men who selected them?
1. Each digit for the number chosen by each man is unique. (that is, if the number begins with 1, 1 wont appear anywhere else in the number.)
2. Each digit for each place between men is unique. (that is, if a number begins with 1, no other number begins with 1.)
3. Only the digits 1-5 are used.
4. Andy has the smallest number, and it's evenly divisible by 5.
5. Both Bob's and Fred's numbers are evenly divisible by 3.
6. Bob's number is smaller than Fred's.
7. Tim's number is evenly divisible by 2, and a prime.
8. Tim's number is greater than Bob's.
9. Fred's middle most number is prime.
10. Bob's middle and last number are odd.
11. the middle digit of Tim's number is twice as big as Andy's.
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