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There are 4 army men. They have been captured by a rebel group and have been held at ransom. An army intelligent officer orders them to be burried deep in dirt up to their necks. The format of their burrial are as shown in the figure.

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* They each have hats on their heads. either black(b) or white (w) look at diagram above. There are total 2 white hats and 2 black hats. * They only look in front of them not behind. They are not allowed to communicate by talking. * Between army man 1 and 2, there is a wall. * Captive man 4 can see the colour of hats on 2 and 3 * 3 can only see 2's hat * 2 can only see a wall and 1 can see a wall too, but is on the other side

The officer speaks up, "If one of you can correctly tell me the colour of your hat, you will all go scott free back to your contries. If you are wrong, you will all be killed.

How can one of them be certain about the hat they are wearing and not risk the lives of their fellow souldiers by taking a 50/50 guess! Answer Either soldier 3 or soldier 4 can save the life as soldier 1 and soldier 2 can not see colour of any hat, even not their own.. In our case soldier 3 will tell the colour of his hat.

It means that colour of soldier 3's hat is opposite of colour of soldier 2's hat. then soldier 4 can not say anything as he can have either of them. If both are white. So soldier 3 can tell correctly the colour of hat on his head which is Black. But if one of them is white and one is black. then he can be sure about colour of his hat which will be black and vice-versa. If soldier 4 won't say anyhing for a while. So he will keep mum. then soldier 3 will know that soldier 4 is not in position to tell the colour of hat on his hat. .Soldier 4 can see the hat on soldier 2 and soldier 3.

which I answered. Also. Marty and James recently. Marty asked if the sum of the digits of either ticket was equal to 13. this solution will work for any combination of 2 Black hats and 2 White hats. Dave asked if any digit appeared more out of the 8. Then. Much to my surprise James immediately told me what the two numbers were! What were they? Answer Ticket numbers were 1299 and 1300.Here. ABCD and ABC(D+1) 2. ABC9 and AB(C+1)0 . =============================================== I was sitting around with my friend Dave. I mentioned that there were two four-digit numbers on the tickets and that the sum of all 8 digits was 25. which I answered too. The first thing James realized was that the tickets were consecutively numbered. There are 4 possible cases: 1. we are assuming that all the soldiers are intelligent enough. I happened to have two tickets to a new movie in my pocket that I had just purchased.

Of these. the only conclusion James could have reached would have been that A+B+C+D=12. and so 2(A+B+C)=15.3. So my answer to Marty's question must have been "NO". leading to the four possibilities (0399 and 0400). my ticket numbers were 1299 and 1300. A999 and (A+1)000 If the tickets were numbered ABCD and ABC(D+1) and my answer to Marty's question had been "YES". It follows that these were my ticket numbers i. (1299 and 1300). and regardless of my answer to Dave's question there would not have been a unique solution. which is impossible. (1299 and 1300) Similarly. ================================ Sam and Mala have a conversation. AB99 and A(B+1)00 4. (2199 and 2200). we would have 2A + 28 = 25. three of them would have had me answer "YES" to Dave's question (if any digit appeared more?). which is again impossible. If the numbers were ABC9 and AB(C+1)0. * Sam says I am certainly not over 40 . if the numbers were A999 and (A+1)000. If the numbers were AB99 and A(B+1)00. we would have 2A+2B+2C+10=25.e. It follows that the tickets could not have been numbered in this manner. (3099 and 3100). and only the pair (1299 and 1300) would have had me answer "NO". Thus. we would have 2A+2B+19=25 or A+B=3.

45. 43.. 44. How old are they really? Answer Sam is 41 and Mala is 37.. Let's invert the teaser and read it like this : * Sam says I am certainly over 40 * Mala says I am not 38 and you are atmost 4 years older than me * Now Sam says you are atmost 38 From first statement it is clear that Sam is over 40. . . 42.* Mala says I am 38 and you are atleast 5 years older than me * Now Sam says you are atleast 39 All the statements by the two are false. from next 2 statements it is clear that Mala is less then 38. Hence the possibilities are : Sam = 41.... Also.

Mr.. a white suit and a grey suit. Hence the answer . White is wearing Grey suit.Mala = 37. Mr.Sam is 41 and Mala is 37. Mr. there is only one possible pair i. 34." On that a person wearing the white suit replied. not necessarily in the same order. 36. Black. . "What difference does that make?" Can you tell what color suit each of the three persons had on? Answer Mr. Grey sent message. 35. he was not wearing white suit as the person wearing white suit responded to his comment. So Mr Grey must be wearing a black suit. Mr. 33. Black is wearing White suit.e. Also. ====================================== Mr. Grey were chatting in the Yahoo conference. Hence.. It also says that the difference between their age is maximum 4 years. Grey is wearing Black suit.. They were wearing a black suit. . all other combination have differences more then 4. 41 and 37.. White and Mr. Grey must not be wearing grey suit as that is the same colour as his name. "We all are wearing suit that are of the same color as our names but none of us is wearing a suit that is the same color as his name.. Mr.

But Mr. How long would it take you to swim a mile in still water? Answer You are able to swim downstream at 3 miles an hour. which is 2. which is the river helping you in 1 direction. Average the 2 rates. Mr. & you have the rate that you can swim in still water. Grey is wearing a black suit.Similarly. And. White must be wearing a grey suit. you can swim 2 miles in 40 minutes. Hence. You can thus swim a mile in still water in 24 minutes. ================================== Three convicts are brought into the warden's office. There is a difference of 1 mile an hour.5 miles an hour. White must be wearing either black suit or grey suit. & upstream (against the current). you can swim 2 miles in 60 minutes. He says he can parole one of them and . Mr. & upstream at 2 miles an hour. & slowing you in the other direction. ======================================== In training for a competition. Mr. Black must be wearing white suit. you find that swimming downstream (with the current) in a river.

.to decide which one he will parole he takes out 5 hats (3 red and 2 white). The first man looks at the other two and says. He tells the prisioners they can look at the others hats and if they can tell which hat they have on they will be the one who is paroled. He stands behind them and places a hat on each one of their heads and puts the other two remaining hats in a drawer." What color is the blind mans hat and how does he know? Submitted by : Anne Hanna Answer . "I don't know. "Even though I have not the gift of sight I can tell by what the others have said that the color of my hat is." The second man looks at the others hats and says." The third man who is blind says. "I don't know..

Candy and Dina visited Edy on 14th February. ============================== Annie. the color of his hat is Red. the blind man knows that there are just 4 possibilities . the first man won't be sure of the color of his hat. Now. (4). Bunnie.The color of blind man's hat is Red.(1). It is sure that the first man saw either both Red hats or one White hat and one Red hat. he also knows that its one of the above 6 possibilities. And.and in all. (3). There are 6 such possibilities: 1) R R R 2) R R W 3) R W R 4) W R R 5) W R W 6) W W R In all above possibilities. the second man knows that the first man saw either both Red hats or one White hat and one Red hat.)) But he says. That means that (2) and (5) are not the possibilities as in either case he would be sure of the color of his hat (Red) by just looking at the third man's color of hat (White). Now. (6) . "I don't know". . (like we know .

The order of visits must be: Bunnie (9:00AM) .Candy at 10:00 . Bunnie must have visited Edy at 9:00 AM.Dina at 11:00 Each time mentioned above may be either AM or PM.Dina (11:00AM) . 2. Can you tell at what time did they individually visit Edy? Answer Bunnie (9:00AM) . Also. from (4).Candy (10:00PM) From the given data. Also. Annie did not visit Edy before both Candy and Dina.Annie (8:00PM) . Annie did not visit Edy first.Bunnie at 9:00 .Dina (11:00AM) .Annie at 8:00 . either Candy or Dina or both visited Edy in the morning.Annie (8:00PM) . Candy visited Edy at 10:00 PM. But from (2). Candy did not visit Edy between Bunnie and Dina. At least one female visited Edy between Annie and Bunnie. The time of each visit was as follows: . 3. It means that Annie visited Edy at 8:00 PM From (3). 4.Candy (10:00PM) . only Dina must have visited Edy in the morning at 11:00 AM and hence.1. it is clear that at least one female visited Edy in the morning and at least one female visited Edy in the evening.

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