# Jim, Catherine, Michele and Pete have participated in the school race.The results...........Who came first in the race?

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Jim, Catherine, Michele and Pete have participated in the school race.

The results are as follows;

Jim beats Catherine
Melanie beats Pete &
Pete beats Jim
Who came first in the race?

posted Nov 11, 2016
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If I just use the first letters of their names the above statements could be written as follows
1. J>C
2. M>P
3. P>J
Now all that is left is to string these statements together appropriately to get the answer.

M>P>J>C. So Melanie has won the race.

answer Nov 11, 2016
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The answer is Melanie
Jim beats Catherine and Pet beats Jim then Pet beats Jim and Catherine
Then Melanie beats Pet
Therefore Melanie beats Pet, Jim, and Catherine

answer Nov 12, 2016 by anonymous

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