Greek God Logic Problem

Greek God Logic Problem
Greek God Logic Problem
Greek God Logic Problem
Greek God Logic Problem
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After Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite had a beauty contest, five gods decided to hold their own contest to see who was the mightiest God of all. Seeing that Paris was not a good judge, they chose someone more dependable, Hermes (the god of liars and thieves). Each god offered Hermes a bribe, which he accepted and ranked the greatness of each god according to what he saw as the best bribe. When Zeus learned of this contest, he shredded the results because, “No god would ever be greater than Zeus.” Alas, the gods want to know the results, so use the clues to determine how each god ranked and what they had offered to Hermes.

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Greek God Logic Problem
Greek God Logic Problem
Greek God Logic Problem
Greek God Logic Problem