|1: The Brit lives in a red house.||6: The Pall Mall smoker rears birds.||11: The man with horses is next to Dunhill smoker.|
|2: Swede keeps dogs as pets.||7: The yellow house smokes Dunhill.||12: The Blue Master smoker drinks beer.|
|3: The Dane drinks tea.||8: The center house drinks milk.||13: The German smokes Prince.|
|4: Green house is just left of white house.||9: The Norwegian lives in the first house.||14: The Norwegian lives next to the blue house.|
|5: Green house drinks coffee.||10: The Blend smoker is next to cat owner||15: The Blend smoker's neighbor drinks water.|
Whew! That was hard
|House 1||House 2||House 3||House 4||House 5|
* A web surfer, Tiffany, asked me:
Fair enough. This one was
On the previous page, you saw that the only gaps in the table where a Swede and a dog will fit are in houses 4 and 5. The other houses already have nationalities other than Swedish or pets other than dogs. The only houses that have gaps where a Blue Master-smoking Beer-drinking person will fit are in houses 2 and 5. The other houses already have other smokes or other drinks.
So the question becomes: Is the Swede the one who smokes Blue Master and drinks Beer? If so, then the only place where a dog-owning beer-drinking Blue Master-smoking Swede can fit is in house 5. The hint on the previous page tells you to use information from rules 3 and 13 to answer this question.
The answer is yes, because all the other nationalities either smoke or drink something different.