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Can you find out which person bought which animal for which amount of money using these clues?

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Three people bought a pet one day. Their names were Zach, Rachel, and Hubert. The animals they bought were a snake, a parrot, and a guinea pig. They bought their pets for $100, $50, and $25.

Can you find out which person bought which animal for which amount of money using these clues?

  1. Zach is allergic to birds.
  2. Hubert couldn't get the $100 pet, so he bought the snake.
  3. Rachel saved $10 a week for ten weeks in order to get her pet.
  4. The mammal was $25.
posted Apr 9, 2015 by Anshika Utadi

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