1 pointHi all, I've created a puzzle based game at PuzzlePost.uk that can be sent as a gift in the post - it might be useful for those who haven't been able to see friends and family for a while. It contains a range of puzzles to test various different aspects of your thinking. I hope you like it. Thanks, Will
1 pointHi Nemesis. As it has been verified that one of the two dogs is a male, the only probability for the other also being a male is that both are males, as given by the remaining three equally likely possibilities (1,2,3). As both 2 and 3 are invalid, 1 is the only valid result.