**Logical Thinking Problem - 27 September**

Rose, Lily and Jasmine decided to buy flowers for their moms on Mother's Day. One of them bought lilies, the other roses, and the third one jasmines.

'It's funny!' said the girl with roses, 'we bought roses, jasmines and lilies, but none of us bought the flowers matching her name'.

'You're right!', said Lily.

What kind of flowers did each of the girls buy?

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jasmine bought roses and lilies. lily bought roses and jasmine. rose bought lilies and jasmines.

ReplyDeleteJasmin bought roses, Lily bought Jasmin and Rose bought Lily.

ReplyDeleteyep that's the one

Delete2 possibilities:

ReplyDeleteRose buys jasmine

lily buys rose

jasmine buys lily

or

Rose buys Lily

Lily buys Jasmine

Jasmine buys rose.

Girl having roses observation was replied by Lily, So Lily do not buy rose, she buys jasmine. Others will follow.

DeleteI believe we have to think it as permutations.

ReplyDeleteIf Jasmine is 1, Lilly is 2, and Rose is Three:

1 2 3

J L R

J R L

L J R

L R J

R J L

R L J

Both cases, LRJ and RJL are good ones.

jasmine bought roses. lily bought jasmines and rose bought lilies

ReplyDeleteLily bought jasmine, rose bought lily, and finally jasmine bought rose

ReplyDelete