People Are Cards In The Juice And Alcohol Logic Puzzle
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The card-flipping alcohol and juice logic puzzle is deceptively easy. It's easier to solve once you apply it to a real-life scenario. Here are the rules to the Psych2Go brain teaser: There are four cards laid out in front of you. One shows 41, one shows 16, one shows juice, and the last one shows vodka. Each card represents a person at a party. For each card, one side has their age and the other side shows what they are drinking. No one under 18 should be drinking alcohol—but one person breaks this rule. Which card or cards are necessary to turn over to find the person that breaks the rule? Watch the video below for the answer, or scroll down to read the answer. Good luck!
The Liar Paradox Is A Self-Referential Conundrum
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The liar paradox, also known as the liar sentence, states "this sentence is false." If that statement makes you go a little crazy, you're not the first one. The liar paradox first came about in ancient Greece, and philosophers have been puzzling over it ever since. It's even said that the gravestone of scholar Philetas of Cos, from the third century B.C.E., is engraved with the words "'Twas the Liar who made me die, And the bad nights caused thereby."
Can You Solve The Car In A Box Puzzle?
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You may have seen the car in a box puzzle go viral on social media. Created by user Puzzlefizzy on Brilliant.org, the puzzle's rules are pretty simple: you have three boxes, one of which contains a car. Each box is labeled with a statement, but only one of the statements is true. Box 1: The car is in this box.Box 2: The car is not in this box.Box 3: The car is not in Box 1.Which box has the car? Scroll down for the answer, and understand how to get to that answer in the video below.
This Puzzle Asks You To Find The Best Size For A Soup Can
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The optimal soup can puzzle is a fun mathematical exercise, but it also has real-world applications. For those in manufacturing and packaging, consideration needs to be used in determining the lowest-cost way to manufacture products, which means using the smallest amount of material necessary. Give it a try yourself in this problem from Presh Talwalkar of the MindYourDecisions YouTube channel: You need a can that can hold volume V. Three can options all hold the same volume V: one is short and wide, one is equally tall as it is wide, and one is tall and narrow. Which can uses the least material? Watch the video below to learn how this problem is solved, or scroll down to get the answer.
Is It Possible To Solve The Logical List Riddle?
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Presh Talwalkar of the MindYourDecisions Youtube channel has another logic puzzle that will almost certainly drive you nuts. It's the logical list riddle, and no math is involved, only logic. In it, there is a list of ten statements. Here are the statements: In this list, exactly 1 statement is false. In this list, exactly 2 statements are false. In this list, exactly 3 statements are false. In this list, exactly 4 statements are false. In this list, exactly 5 statements are false. In this list, exactly 6 statements are false. In this list, exactly 7 statements are false. In this list, exactly 8 statements are false. In this list, exactly 9 statements are false. In this list, exactly 10 statements are false. Which of these statements, if any, are false? Watch the video below to get the answer.