Five people (Pamela, Opie, Nick, Bill, and Ivan) with last names Usaber, Clemens, Pettitte, O'Neal, and Ewing, each bought a number of knots.
Each person was of a different occupation: horse trainer, coat check person, rear admiral, kicker, and zookeeper.
If each person bought one of the following amounts of knots, (10, 5, 21, 15, and 2) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many knots each person bought?
Pamela, Clemens, the rear admiral, Ivan, and the person who bought 15 knots had thanksgiving dinner together.
Nick, Ewing, the zookeeper, Ivan, and the person who bought 2 knots all have the same doctor.
Opie and Usaber once dated the coat check person.
Nick and the person who bought 15 knots each had different dinners last night.
The coat check person isn't Pamela or Pettitte .
Pamela isn't Ewing
Usaber isn't the rear admiral.
Pettitte isn't the zookeeper.
Pamela is the horse trainer's cousin.
Bill isn't Clemens
The horse trainer isn't Nick or the person who bought 10 knots.
Pettitte bought less knots than the horse trainer, and less than Bill.
O'Neal wasn't the person who bought 21 knots. Neither did Nick nor the rear admiral.
The zookeeper, whose first name isn't Bill, wasn't the person who bought 21 knots.
The person who bought 10 knots,and the kicker have known each other for years.
The person who bought 21 knots lives in the same building as Ewing and Opie.
Ewing isn't the rear admiral.
The person who bought 15 knots,and the coat check person have known each other for years.
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!