|Test your reasoning powers. There are three sets of questions -
six questions altogether. Print the page and spend a quiet evening
in front of the fire working them out!
|Question 1 J , A , F , E , M , A , A , P , M , A , ( ) , ( )|
|Question 2 A , E , F , H , I , K , L , M , N , T , ( ) , ( )|
If ( B + C ) = 5, ( C + L + B ) = 17, ( B + A ) = 4, ( A + L ) = 14,
( U + A ) = 44, ( Y + Z ) = 51 what does ( H + O ) = ?
|If no BORGS are SMUTS, some TRIPS are BORGS or SMUTS,|
an ALG cannot be a SMUT, but some BORGS are ALGS, and
some ALGS are TRIPS, then -
|Question 4 Could all TRIPS be ALGS?|
|Question 5 Could a BORG be a TRIP and an ALG?|
|Question 6 A ZAG is an ALG. Can it also be a BORG?|