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7/21/2009 11:11:23 AM

logiclamar
logiclamar
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I attempted to solve this seemingly simple puzzle 3 times, starting over from scratch each time, then I followed the solution at the end of the book, in a fourth attempt and I still fail to see why it says "The quartet that plays on After Hours (1) is the Funkentown Quartet" when there are two quartets that could equally fill this position, the Funkentown Quartet and the Wayfinder Quartet. If anyone can tell me why the Wayfinder Quartet could not also fit this slot, making the puzzle impossible to solve completely, please enlighten me to what I have overlooked. Thanks to all who look for me.

4/21/2010 10:33:43 AM

LogicEditor
LogicEditor
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According to the introduction, Wayfinder is a quintet, not a quartet, so the After Hours group, which is a quartet, couldn't be the Wayfinder group.

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