Crayon Puzzle


Four friends Tom, Jim, Susan and Dora have 8 crayons in total which are two in each color – red, green, blue and yellow. While playing they have mixed up their crayons. All we know is each of the friends owned 2 crayons but none of them had crayons of same color.

One of the friends had a yellow and a blue crayon and another had a green and a blue crayon. Tom didn’t have a yellow crayon. Susan had a green crayon but not a red one. Jim had a yellow crayon. Dora had a blue but not a green one.

Which crayons belong to which friends?

anikam Expert Asked on 15th August 2015 in Puzzles.
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    Tom had a red and green crayon.
    Susan had a green and blue crayon.
    Jim had a yellow and red crayon.
    Dora had a blue and yellow crayon.

    pnikam Expert Answered on 15th August 2015.
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