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Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 401

Puzzle IconYesterday my mother asked me to buy some stamps.

Stamps, in the land of BrainBashers, are available in 2p, 7p, 10p, 15p and 20p denominations.

For three types of stamp I was asked to buy five of each.

For the other two types of stamp, I was asked to buy six of each.

Unfortunately I forgot which I was supposed to buy five of and which to buy six of.

Luckily my mother had given me the exact money required to buy the stamps, £3.00 and the shopkeeper was able to give me the correct stamps.

Which stamps did I buy?

[Puzzle Code = ZOKI] Copyright © Kevin Stone

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Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 402

Puzzle IconMy BrainBashers electronic world atlas has developed a fault, I did a listing of miles from England to particular countries and here is the result:

Spain     14,000 miles
Fiji      12,000 miles
Germany   18,000 miles
Brazil    16,000 miles
India     16,000 miles

How far away did it list Iceland as?

[Puzzle Code = ZZKL] Copyright © Kevin Stone

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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 403

Trade Convention #2

Messrs Butcher, Baker, Carpenter and Plumber are currently attending another convention. No-one is currently, nor ever has been in the same profession as their name and no-one has had the same profession twice. Alan is now a butcher, whereas Mr Brian Butcher used to be a baker. The person who is now a carpenter used to be a butcher. Charles has never been a baker, Mr Darren Carpenter has never been a butcher and Mr Baker is not now a carpenter. Can you determine their full names, along with their current and previous professions?

[Puzzle Code = ZFDI] Copyright © Kevin Stone

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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 404

Puzzle IconWithout using any reference material can you find the hidden countries.

In each case, the letter indicates the first letter of the country in question, the number represents the number of letters in the country.

For example, E7 would be England.

B10 E5 F4 F7 J5 L13 N9 S11 T7 Z6

[Puzzle Code = ZQFR] Copyright © Kevin Stone

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