How do you do those hiding content tags again? x-X Or are they even implemented?
I've heard of some of them... maybe I'm cheating?
1. Is there more lemonade in the orange juice or more orange juice in the lemonade? - more orange in lemon? I don't want to overthink... how much orange did you remove when taking a spoonful of lemon?
2. You have three boxes of fruit. - take one from the "apples" box... if you get an apple, then it's the mix box... if it's an orange, then it's oranges OR the mix box. If you take one from the mix box... then you know for sure that one is apple or orange. ERROR x-X A box labelled incorrectly as apples can be a mix box or the orange box...
I have a solution! Don't look at the piece of fruit at all! Stick your hand in all three boxes and feel for the shape. Don't take any out or look. DONE! ^^;;;
3. At a family reunion - skipped, headache lol I'll go back and try later I promise
4. You have two slow-burning fuses - Why is this one easier than #3? Lit one fuse normally... at the same time lit both ends of the other fuse. When the fuse with 2 ends finished burning (1/2 hr), lit the other end of the normally lit fuse (now "1/2" finished). When that is finished... it'll be 45 minutes.
7. You have ten boxes, each of which contains nine balls. The balls in one box each weigh 0.9 pounds; the balls in all the other boxes weigh exactly one pound each. You have an accurate scale in front of you, with which you can determine the exact weight, in pounds, of any given set of balls. How can you determine which of the ten boxes contains the lighter balls with only one weighing? -
1. label all boxes from 1 - 10
2. take 1 ball from box 1, 2 balls from box 2, 3 from 3... up to 9 from box 9
3. stuck all of them on the scale and weigh.
4. 45 Pd = box 10 is lighter, 44.9 Pd = box 1 is lighter, 44.8 Pd = box 2, 44.7 Pd = box 3... 44.1 Pd = box 9
The rest I need to think so more on... I feel like giving answers that will work but isn't the "correct" one at all. *smacks head*