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 Two logic problems 2007-12-07 Grace pose la question :1. You are an archaeologist that has just unearthed a long-sought triplet of ancient treasure chests. One chest is plated with silver, one with gold, and one with bronze. According to legend, one of the three chests is filled with great treasure, whereas the other two chests house a man-eating python that can rip your head off. Faced with a dilemma, you then notice that there are inscriptions on the chests: Silver Chest - Treasure is in this Chest. Gold Chest - Treasure is not in this Chest. Bronze Chest - Treasure is not in the Gold Chest . You know that at least one of the inscriptions is true, and at least one of the inscriptions is false. Which chest do you open? (a) Silver (b) Gold (c) BronzePenny Nom lui répond. 8 squares from 12 sticks 2002-10-08 A student pose la question :If you have 12 sticks the same size, how do you make them into 8 squares? Claude Tardif lui répond. The community garden 2002-09-08 Michele pose la question :Bryce, Duanne, Juliana and Sonya share a 40ft by 48 ft rectangular portion of the community garden in the neighborhood. With this space each has their own rectangular garden plot. -Bryce is the only one with a square plot. its are is 1/2 the area of Duanne's -The area of Bryce's plot is 2/3 the area of Julianna's plot. Their plots have one side in common. -Sonya's garden has an area twice that of Julianna's garden. What are the dimensions of each person's garden plot? Leeanne Boehm lui répond.

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