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sabjiwala

Member Since 10 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active Mar 19 2013 07:38 PM
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#329497 Blondes (like me)

Posted by sabjiwala on 10 March 2013 - 03:45 PM

Spoiler for

what about 2,3 and 6??

There is no other pair with the same sum (i.e.11), and hence second should have been able to tell the age just after knowing the number on the house across the street, whereas in case of 9,2,2 and 6,6,1 the sum is 13 for both, thus requiring the extra hint of the existence of an oldest.


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