Logic Puzzle # 26 Logic Problems Help

by Randall L. Whipkey

For Father's Day, each of Chester Chizzlethwaite's five daughters gets her dad a new jigsaw puzzle so that he can enjoy his hobby for months to come. This year, Charlotte and her sisters have bought five newly released puzzles, with no two jigsaws, including "Hall of Mirrors," having the same number of pieces to put together. From the clues below, you should be able to fit each child to her gift jigsaw and the number of pieces in that puzzle.

1. The number of pieces in the gifts varies from 500 to 2,000.
2. The puzzle Cheryl got her dad has 1,000 more pieces to put together than "Campaign Buttons" does.
3. "Fish, Fish, and More Fish" has twice as many pieces as the jigsaw Chelsea bought.
4. "American Beauties" has 1,000 fewer pieces than the puzzle Chandra found.
5. China's jigsaw puzzle has more pieces than at least one of the other gifts but isn't the 2,000-piece puzzle.
6. Neither "Campaign Buttons" nor "M & M's" is the jigsaw Chelsea got her father.
7. Chandra isn't the child who bought "Fish, Fish, and More Fish."

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