Five people (Ralph, Sean, George, Ken, and Q.T.) with last names Valdez, Nagowski, Wallace, Usaber, and Galitzer, each owned a number of lolly pops.
Each person was of a different occupation: lawyer, teacher, postal worker, delivery person, and nurse.
If each person owned one of the following amounts of lolly pops, (3, 9, 18, 6, and 4) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many lolly pops each person owned?
Ralph went with Nagowski to the library one day.
The person who was the nurse nor Sean owned 6 lolly pops. All five people are mentioned in this clue.
Ken, Usaber, the delivery person, Ralph, and the person who owned 18 lolly pops had thanksgiving dinner together.
The person who owned 18 lolly pops, Ralph, and the teacher went to the movies together.
Galitzer wasn't the person who owned 3 lolly pops. Neither did George nor the postal worker.
The person who owned 6 lolly pops lives in the same building as Valdez and Sean.
Nagowski owned less lolly pops than the postal worker, and less than Ken.
George, the person who owned 6 lolly pops, and the postal worker go shopping together on Saturdays.
Wallace, nor Ken, wasn't the person who owned 3 lolly pops.
The person who owned 4 lolly pops is not named Wallace.
The person who owned 6 lolly pops lives in the same building as Usaber and George.
The person who owned 18 lolly pops,and the teacher have known each other for years.
The person who owned 18 lolly pops is not named Nagowski.
Ralph isn't Galitzer
Valdez isn't the delivery person.
Wallace isn't the lawyer.
The teacher, nor the person who owned 9 lolly pops, isn't Valdez.
The postal worker isn't Sean or the person who owned 4 lolly pops.
Usaber isn't the nurse.
The person who owned 6 lolly pops,and the delivery person have known each other for years.
Q.T. and Usaber once dated the postal worker.
Q.T. is the delivery person's cousin.
Place a N in any square that is a definite "no" and a Y in any square that is a definite "yes". I give up!