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You have 2 friends, and yourself. Everybody wants a piece of chocolate, but you only have 2 pieces. You can't break any in half. You cannot buy more, and everyone must have some. How can all 3 of you get some chocolate?

If you recall, the problem said, you cannot break the chocolate in HALF. Not that you can't break it at all. And so, the solution is: break each piece into sixths. You then have 12 pieces of chocolate in which you can all have 4.

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Break the chocolate into twelve pieces, than you each get 4.

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Melt it and eat it with a spoon.

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Break each chocolate piece into three...Then total pieces are 6. Share two pieces between everyone

To abhishk...whenever you see the spoiler...there is no need for answering..

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Chocalate fondue

YUM YUM!

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Break the chocolate into twelve pieces, than you each get 4.

Don't you think ...

... it is easier to break each chocolate into three (6 pieces). Then three of them will have two pieces each.

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Don't you think ...

... it is easier to break each chocolate into three (6 pieces). Then three of them will have two pieces each.

you're right, i just gave one example

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