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# bhramarraj

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Offline Last Active Mar 20 2014 09:39 AM

### In Topic: brain puzzle

16 October 2013 - 12:32 PM

Spoiler for all we shared

### In Topic: brain puzzle

15 October 2013 - 12:20 PM

It looks impossible unless it is a tricky question. Or there has to be some outside aid like markings on the Jars....?

Or it has to do something by tilting of jars to certain angle so that a specific amount of water comes out.....?

Guys these are three empty bowls A bowL is 500mil , B bowl is 1 Litre, C bowl is 500mil and there is one jar of 1litre water aprat from this 3 bowls so we have to pore water in such a manner in all 3 bowl should have same level of water also once so how will you solve?

### In Topic: An irrational "aha!" puzzle

24 September 2013 - 12:01 PM

Spoiler for trial

### In Topic: One Girl - One Boy

20 September 2013 - 12:49 PM

I think discussion so far might have not satisfied many learned friends. May be my explanation would clarify some doubts.

OP says that the couple has two kids, so obviously one will be younger and other elder.

Say couple sends elder kid to attend a function. Now what is the probability of this kid being a girl, if one kid is definitely a girl...?

I think you got it it now....!

Say younger is a girl, then there are two possibilities: elder may be a boy or a girl.

As bonanova stated correctly, OP does not specifies which kid is a girl. so younger kid could be a boy, so the third possibility is that elder could be a girl; here fourth possibility of elder being a boy, when younger is a boy, is ruled out because OP says that one kid is definitely a girl.

Now out of above three possibilities, there is only one possibility of both kids being girls.