!!!Logic Puzzle Help!!!?

I solved the puzzle. I just need help on solving the puzzle like this:
Clue 1:
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Clue 2:
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Architecture Grants
After working on blueprints for many long hours, five architects were thrilled to hear that they had each been awarded a grant for a different amount of money ($1,000, $2,000, $3,000, $4,000, or $5,000). Each architect received the grant to work on a different project (including a condominium complex). Using the following clues, can you make each architect with his or her project and the amount he or she won?
1.Marvin received $2,000 more than the architect who designed a stadium (who isn't Wilson).
2.The architect who designed an opera house received more than the one who made blueprints for a government building (who didn't receive $1,000).
3. Lance's award was for $4,000; neither Charlotte nor Olive received $1,000.
4.Olive won a grant for her design of a museum.








Architects: Marvin, Wilson, Lance, Charlotte, and Olive

Projects: condominium complex, stadium, opera house, and government building

Award Amounts: $1,000, $2,000, $3,000, $4,000, or $5,000

Based on Clue 1:

- Marvin won $3000, $4000, or $5000.
- Neither Marvin nor Wilson designed the stadium.
- If Marvin received $5000, then Wilson did not receive $3000.
- If Marvin received $4000, then Wilson did not receive $2000.
- If Marvin received $3000, then Wilson did not $1000.

Based on Clue 2:

- The architect who designed an opera house received neither $1000 nor $2000.
- The architect who made blueprints for a government building received neither $5000 nor $1000.
- If the architect who made blueprints for a government building received $2000, then the architect who designed an opera house received $3000, $4000, or $5000.
- If the architect who made blueprints for a government building received $3000, then the architect who designed an opera house received $4000, or $5000.
- If the architect who made blueprints for a government building received $4000, then the architect who designed an opera house received $5000.

Based on Clue 3:

- Lance received $4000.
- Neither Charlotte nor Olive received $1000.
- Marvin did not receive $4000, so the architect who designed the stadium did not receive $2000.
- Martin received either $3000 or $5000.
- If Martin receive $3000, then the architect who designed the stadium received $1000, and that person is neither Charlotte Olive.

Based on Clue 4:

- Olive designed the museum.

Expanding on our knowledge:

- The architect who designed the stadium is not Marvin or Wilson (Clue 1), or Lance because that would have meant that Marvin received $6000, so it must be either Charlotte or Olive, neither of whom received $1000.
- This means that Martin could not have received $3000, and we already know didn't receive $4000, so he must have received $5000.
- Therefore the architect who designed the stadium must have received $3000, and we know that isn't Marvin, Wilson, Lance, or Olive, so it must be Charlotte.
- Charlotte won $3000 for designing the stadium.
- Marvin won $5000, Lance received $4000, Charlotte received $3000, and Olive did not receive $1000, so she must have received $2000.
- So Wilson must have received $1000.

- $1000 = Wilson = not government building, stadium, or museum, so he must be either the opera house or the condominium complex, and the person who designed the opera house received more than the one who made blueprints for a government building, so he must have designed the condominium complex
- $2000 = Olive = museum
- $3000 = Charlotte = stadium
- $4000 = Lance = government house because the architect who designed an opera house received more than him
- $5000 = Marvin = opera house

I love logic puzzles.










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