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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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?

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