At Gadgets Corporation, there are currently five new projects in development. Each project has a weekly meeting for the project leads to discuss potential issues and schedule changes. To make it easier, each of these projects uses a single code word for a project name. As it happens, each weekly project meeting is held on a different day and at a different time. Determine each project name, the day of the week (one was Wednesday) and time of day (one was 11 AM) for each meeting, and the month in which the project is currently expected to be released.
1. The two project meetings held in the morning, in no particular order, were for the Cobra project and the project with a meeting on Tuesday.
2. The meeting at 3 PM was for the Saturn project, but it wasn’t held on Thursday. The project that met on Friday was due to release in May.
3. The Barracuda project, which wasn’t due to release in April, had its weekly meeting on Tuesdays but not at 10 AM. Monday’s project meeting wasn’t held at 2 PM.
4. The Gemini project meeting was later in the day than the project due in August but earlier than the project that met on Thursday. The project due to release in July had its weekly meeting at 4 PM.
5. The three project meetings that met in the afternoon, in no particular order, were for the project due in June, the Puma project, and the project that met on Friday.
6. The meeting for the Cobra project wasn’t held on Monday. The Saturn project meeting wasn’t held on Friday.
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June 25, 2009