Five people (Ursula, Pamela, Zorro, Ivan, and Tammy) with last names Wallace, Pettitte, Valdez, Usaber, and Maciejewski, each sold a number of eggs.
Each person was of a different occupation: janitor, rear admiral, undergraduate student, xylophone player, and delivery person.
If each person sold one of the following amounts of eggs, (16, 21, 19, 6, and 22) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many eggs each person sold?
Zorro went with Valdez to the library one day.
The person who was the xylophone player nor Tammy sold 19 eggs. All five people are mentioned in this clue.
Pamela, Wallace and the undergraduate student play tennis, while Ivan and the person who sold 6 eggs prefer golf.
Pamela is not the person who sold 16 eggs, nor has the last name Pettitte.
The person who sold 16 eggs lives in the same building as Maciejewski and Ursula.
Ursula, Usaber, and Tammy were not the person who sold 21 eggs.
Usaber sold less eggs than the delivery person, and less than Ivan.
Wallace isn't the rear admiral.
The person who sold 19 eggs,and the janitor have known each other for years.
The janitor, whose first name isn't Pamela, wasn't the person who sold 22 eggs.
Ivan, Maciejewski, and Tammy were not the person who sold 16 eggs.
Maciejewski isn't the delivery person.
The person who sold 21 eggs,and the janitor have known each other for years.
Usaber isn't the rear admiral.
Zorro isn't Pettitte
The delivery person isn't Pamela or Valdez .
Zorro isn't Maciejewski
The delivery person, whose first name isn't Ursula, wasn't the person who sold 16 eggs.
Maciejewski isn't the xylophone player.
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!