# Cages

Honza had three cages (black, silver, gold) and three animals (guinea pig, rat and puppy). There was one animal in each cage. The golden cage stood to the left of the black cage. The silver cage stood on the right of the guinea pig cage. The rat was in the cage to the right of the silver cage.
Determine where which animal at what cage was ...

Result

x = (Correct answer is: Au-Ag-Black)

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