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6/19/2017 9:00:53 PM

RaineAndrews
RaineAndrews
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Hi! I got the "From the Professor's Files" puzzle pack. The first problem is linking musical duets with a letter A through M. There are only 7 duets, so part of the problem is figuring out which letters are actually being used.

Generally speaking, if a logic problem reads "The letter for song 6 isn't M", would that mean one of the 7 songs are M. Logically I would say no, but if it's a commonly held practice I would be wrong!

6/19/2017 11:35:16 PM

Semipro
Semipro
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I agree with you, the clue doesn't mean that another song is M.

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