Answer: Who is looking at who?

The answer is A. Yes!

Anne’s marital status is not known, nor can it be determined, and so you make the inference that the question cannot be determined.

However, Anne’s marital status is irrelevant to the answer. If she is married, then a married person is looking at an unmarried person (Anne is looking at George), and if she isn’t, a married person is looking at an unmarried person (Jack is looking at Anne).

Darryl’s donkey

Darryl wants to ride his donkey from Alphaville to Betatown.

The donkey is always hungry and will only walk if Daryl keeps feeding her apples. She will eat one apple per kilometre they travel.

Darryl’s donkey can carry Darryl, Darryl’s luggage and 60 apples. Unfortunately, it’s 80 kilometres from Alphaville to Betatown.

Daryl has plenty of money to buy apples in Alphaville – he can buy hundreds if he needs them. But there’s nowhere to buy them between Alphaville and Betatown. Is there any way for him to complete his journey?

Y NSW Call a Youth Worker

The Y NSW has developed a COVID-19 specific support line. Please see the information below if you think this service could help you.

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The Y NSW Call a Youth Worker is a support line for young people 12-25 to access information about local services and support that can be accessed during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

One of our friendly Central Coast Youth Workers are able to assist with the following: 

·                 Referrals to other services 

·                 Information about support in your local area 

·                 Information about online activities to support your health & wellbeing 

·                 Questions you may have about school, financial hardship or accommodation 

There are a number of ways you can get in touch with us:

Hours of operation: Monday-Thursday 11am-3pm
Email: youth@ymcansw.org.au
Facebook: Y Space Central Coast 
Phone: 0409 658 302

Book an appointment online and the Central Coast team will call you back –  https://www.ymcansw.org.au/community-services/youth/call-a-youth-worker/

App of the Week

Hi everyone,

Welcome to Term 2. I hope you were all able to find some time to relax over the break and find unique ways to connect with family and friends.

This week the app I want to tell you about is called Gratitude Journal. The app was designed to help cope with anxiety and depression, improve mental health and bring a self-change. It allows the user to journal, record gratuity and read positive affirmations.

Looking forward to seeing you all again soon.

Take care,

Amanda