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Problem solved flyer No 33

Answer: Pour the lentils into the innkeeper’s sack, bind it and turn inside out. Pour in the peas. Then unbind the sack and pour the lentils back to your sack.    

Problem solved flyer No. 31

Answer: Because there are 24 hours in one day, in one hour fills the first tap 1/48, the second tap 1/72, the third tap 1/96 and the fourth tap fills 1/6 of the reservoir. That is all together (6+4+3+48) / 288 = 61/288. The reservoir will be full in 288/61 hours, which is 4 hours 43 minutes and about 17 seconds.    

Problem solved flyer No. 28

Answer: Ask either computer what the other would say is the safe door and then go into the other door. Example: Door “B” is the door to safety Ask the truth computer what would the lie computer say is the safe door, the truth computer would say the lie computer would say; door “A”. Or ask the lying computer and it would say the …

Problem solved flyer No. 27

Answer: First fill the 9-litre bowl. Then overspill 4 litres to the 4-litre bowl (there are 5 litres in the 9-litre bowl afterwards) and pour out the water from the 4-litre bowl. And again overspill 4 litres to the 4-litre bowl and empty it. Then overspill the remaining litre to the 4-litre bowl but this time keep it there. Fill the 9-litre bowl to …

Problem solved flyer No. 26

Answer: The man is a of short stature. He can’t reach the upper elevator buttons, but he can ask people to push them for him. He can also push them with his umbrella.  

Problem solved flyer No. 24

Answer: Tilt the barrel until the wine barely touches the lip of the barrel. If the bottom of the barrel is visible then it is less than half full. If the barrel bottom is completely covered by the wine, then it is more than half full.  

Problem solved flyer No. 23

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Problem solved flyer No. 22

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