# Use these clues to find out where they are. Now, don't waste a second, and start working!

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You wake up on your birthday, only to find that all your presents are gone!
The only thing there is a card.
You open it, and it says: I have hidden your presents.
Use these clues to find out where they are. Now, don't waste a second, and start working!
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posted Mar 18

Second letters give the word "Attic". Everyone is there with presents

Use the second letters of each word, and they form the word ATTIC. You walk up to your attic, and there your family waits, along with all your friends and all your presents.

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Three friends all live in houses with painted doors. Can you use these clues to find out what colour door they have and what road they live on?

Friends - Carly, Harry, Alan
Colours - Red, Blue, Pink
Streets - Oak St, South Ave, Drury Ave

1) Carly just loves the colour pink and she was ecstatic when her mom painted the door for her.

2) Alan's always around at Harry's house. It's easy to get there because Oak St is only just around the corner.

3) South Ave has mostly white doors, so the red one, belonging to one of the friends, stands out easily to the passing cars.

4) Alan thinks that his friend's blue door clashes badly with their house but he doesn't want to tell them in case he hurts their feelings.

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There are four different integers. Here are eight clues to help you find out what they are.

The sum of the three lowest numbers is 0.

The two lowest numbers are negative, and consecutive.

The highest number is the second-lowest number squared.

The difference of all the numbers (in order from greatest to least) is 9.

The difference of all the numbers (in order from least to greatest) is -17.

The difference of the two highest numbers is 2.

The sum of the two lowest numbers is -7.

The second-lowest number plus 10 is the second-highest.

What are the four integers?

A shipment of butterflies was mixed up by the dock workers, and they could not find who bought which species, where it was from, and what was the price. All the workers know is that Alejandro, Faye, Yvette, Sophie, and Zachary could have each bought butterflies that cost \$60, \$75, \$90, \$105, or \$120. Each could have bought the Clearwing, the Emperor, the Grayling, the Swallowtail, or the Torturix butterflies. Each butterfly could have lived in Australia, Jordan, Luxembourg, Panama, or Qatar. It is up to you to find out who bought which butterfly, what was the price, and where did it come from with the provided clues:

1. Neither the butterfly from Luxembourg nor the one from Australia sold for \$90.

2. The Emperor butterfly cost \$30 more than the Torturix butterfly.

3. Zachary's purchase was \$75.

4. The butterfly from Australia cost less than the one from Luxembourg.

5. Alejandro's purchase was from Luxembourg.

6. Of Yvette's purchase and the purchase for \$60, one was from Qatar and the other was the Torturix.

7. The butterfly that sold for \$120 was not from Panama.

8. The insect from Australia was not the Torturix.

9. Faye bought the Torturix.

10. Sophie did not buy the Grayling.

11. Of the Emperor and the insect worth \$105, one was won by Yvette and the other was from Luxembourg.

12. The insect that sold for \$105 was the Swallowtail.

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