“Before we go to lunch, I need you all to think about the talks that you have heard,” Miss Tate said. “One of the reports has a problem with it. Can anyone tell me what that talk was, and what the problem was?” she asked.
Jamie thought back to all the talks she had heard that day. Mostly she thought about her own talk. Did she get something wrong? She couldn’t think of anything.
Three students have given a report on their collections, but something is wrong with one of them.
See if you can solve this 15-minute mystery before Jamie Broderick does.
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