From the Tournament of the Towns:

In a school, more than 90% of the students study both English and French, and more than 90% of the students study English and German. Prove that more than 90% of the students who study both French and German also study English.



Five People

Here is a problem that appeared in a Maths Battle in London a couple of weeks ago:

Donald, Jack, Peter, Richard and Steven have, in some order, the surnames Donaldson, Jackson, Peterson, Richardson and Stevenson. Donald is 1 year older than Donaldson, Jack is 2 years older than Jackson, Peter is 3 years older than Peterson, and Richard is 4 years older than Richardson. Who out of Steven and Stevenson is older, and by how much?



A stunner from the Baltic Way:

A family wears clothes of three colours: red, blue and green, with a separate identical laundry bin for each colour. At the beginning of the first week, all the bins are empty. Each week, the family generates 10kg of laundry (the proportion of each colour might vary week to week). The laundry is sorted by colour and placed in the bins. Next, the heaviest bin (only one if there are several) is emptied and its contents washed.

What is the minimum requirement (in kg) of each bin?