In the Millersville Hospital Maternity Ward, five women were due to deliver their babies this week. Strangely enough, each woman was expected to deliver on a different day of the same week and at a different time. Even odder, each woman did deliver during the same week, but not quite as planned. For each woman, either the day of the week or the expected time of the delivery was correct, but not both. Determine the name of each expecting mother, the day of the week and time of the expected delivery, and the day of the week and time of the actual delivery.
1. The baby that was delivered at 5:00 PM was expected on Tuesday. Susanís baby was expected on Wednesday. Heidiís baby wasnít delivered on Monday.
2. One woman expected and delivered her baby at 10:00 AM. Maryís actual delivery happened the day before her expected delivery.
3. The expected delivery at 7:00 PM actually delivered at 9:00 AM. Heidiís expected delivery time was also her actual delivery time but she delivered on a different day.
4. One woman delivered her baby at 2:00 PM on Thursday. Linda wasnít expecting to deliver on Tuesday, but it was the day that she delivered her baby.
5. Mary expected her baby two days before Linda expected her baby, but Mary delivered her baby only one day before Linda.
6. Susan delivered her baby two days before Rachel delivered. One expected delivery time was Friday at 7:00 PM.
March 17, 2009