• 1. The person who had the fever is not Molly.
  • 2. Nancy did not have a fever.
  • 3. The person who had the measles missed their first day sometime before Alex.
  • 4. The child who did not return to school on Monday did not have a migraine.
  • 5. The person who had the chicken pox left school sometime sometime before Alex.
  • 6. Jacob was unfortunate to come down with a nasty case of the flu.
  • 7. The five students are Molly, the person who had a migraine, the student who was served beef and barley soup, the person who left school on Thursday and Alex.
  • 8. The child who first missed school on Thursday wasn't served minestrone soup.
  • 9. The student who had the fever was not Axel.
  • 10. Molly was given a steaming bowl of chicken noodle soup for lunch.
  • 11. The student who had the beef and barley soup left the day after the child whose mother fed them tomato soup.
  • 12. The student that did not show up for class on Thursday didn't have the flu.
  • 1. The person who had the fever is not Molly.
  • 2. Nancy did not have a fever.
  • 3. The person who had the measles missed their first day sometime before Alex.
  • 4. The child who did not return to school on Monday did not have a migraine.
  • 5. The person who had the chicken pox left school sometime sometime before Alex.
  • 6. Jacob was unfortunate to come down with a nasty case of the flu.
  • 7. The five students are Molly, the person who had a migraine, the student who was served beef and barley soup, the person who left school on Thursday and Alex.
  • 8. The child who first missed school on Thursday wasn't served minestrone soup.
  • 9. The student who had the fever was not Axel.
  • 10. Molly was given a steaming bowl of chicken noodle soup for lunch.
  • 11. The student who had the beef and barley soup left the day after the child whose mother fed them tomato soup.
  • 12. The student that did not show up for class on Thursday didn't have the flu.

Observation: This table is automatically filled accordingly to the grid.

How to play

  • The first step is to read the clues and find the most basic ones;
  • Those clues can be marked on the grid without using any other information;
  • After this, you will need to read the clues again and use logic deduction;
  • Click on a clue to mark it as used;
  • The answer table is filled automatically.

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