Murder Mystery (Analyzing Patterns with Deduction)

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Last updated June 09 2015 , created July 09 2009 , viewed 51,760

A murder has been committed! There are 32 suspects; and one of them is guilty. Using your powers of deduction; can you crack each of the five coded clues to reveal the identity of the killer?

Adapted from a resource contributed to TES Connect by maths126

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Awesome lesson here! Can't wait for my students to try It out!

from colonelforbin, June 08 2015
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Very Clever!

from Klevy11, October 10 2014
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I have asked for this to be removed from this site. It was uploaded without permission.

from Maths126, August 06 2014
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I'm going to use this with my high school computer class as an Excel, database project. They can use the computer as a tool to decode. Can't wait to try it!

from mkorson, April 09 2014
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Bloody awesome - fun and engaging. good to get the brain going.

from justemo, December 04 2013
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