public class BabySitting extends ExampleFD
Each weekday, Bonnie takes care of five of the neighbors' children. The children's names are Keith, Libby, Margo, Nora, and Otto; last names are Fell, Grant, Hall, Ivey, and Jule. Each is a different number of years old, from two to six. Can you find each child's full name and age?
1. One child is named Libby Jule. 2. Keith is one year older than the Ivey child, who is one year older than Nora. 3. The Fell child is three years older than Margo. 4. Otto is twice as many years old as the Hall child.
Determine: First name - Last name - Age
Given solution :
Keith Fell, five years old Libby Jule, six years old Margo Hall, two years old Nora Grant, three years old Otto Ivey, four years old
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