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Goose Eggs

Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.

 

Puzzle ID:#5384
Fun:*** (2.29)
Difficulty:* (0.59)
Category:Logic
Submitted By:im_para_noid*****
Corrected By:Winner4600

 

 

 



If it takes twenty minutes to hard-boil one goose egg, how long will it take to hard-boil four goose eggs?




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Comments

psychlogic
Jul 22, 2002

This puzzle is at least 50 years old. I've seen it in children's puzzles book from the 50's and I'll bet it's older than that!

silly_goose*us*
Jul 18, 2005

Good teaser! If I could cook, I would know that
SPUTNIK2Aus*
May 09, 2006

I thought it was good I have never ate a goose egg, aren't they kinda green looking? I wouldn't think of boiling one and eating it, Yikes!
dunchen22Aus*
Jun 14, 2007

I believe it would actually take longer since the eggs have to share the energy they are receiving from the boiling water, whereas one eggs gets all the energy to itself. Though it would still be faster than 80 minutes.
dunchen22Aus*
Jun 14, 2007

I believe it would actually take longer since the eggs have to share the energy they are receiving from the boiling water, whereas one eggs gets all the energy to itself. Though it would still be faster than 80 minutes.
SpockAus
Jun 04, 2009

I agree with dunchen22.



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