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# mrgabe

Member Since 25 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Sep 26 2013 07:25 PM

### In Topic: I stumbled upon this logic problem

21 September 2013 - 03:42 AM

I remember hearing a similar logic problem problem when I was younger (7-10). I can't remember it very well, but it does have the supposed "magically appearing dollar" thing.

Omega, I think that one was:

3 people (pirates, if you read the same book I did!) get a room at an Inn and each pay \$10. The Inn Keeper realizes the room was only \$25 and that he overcharged them. He tells the clerk to give \$5 back to the people. Seeing that the people wouldn't be able split the change evenly, and given that they weren't expecting the money back any way, the clerk pockets \$2 and gives the 3 people \$3.

Each receives \$1 back, and one says: sweet! we got the room for \$27 (3 x \$9). The clerk still has \$2 in his pocket.

The room was \$27. The clerk has \$2. That's \$29.

Where's the missing \$1?

### In Topic: I stumbled upon this logic problem

20 September 2013 - 11:17 PM

Spoiler for payments, change, debt

### In Topic: Logic problem for HR recruiting at a big software company

16 September 2013 - 11:46 PM

Spoiler for let see