Four Empty Boxes?
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I have 5 apples in a box and 4 other empty boxes. How many items do I have?
Comments on this teaser
|Posted by Wolf14||03/09/14|
|I thought that one would be difficult|
|Posted by LogicalMath123||04/17/14|
|Actually it's fourteen(14).
|Posted by spikethru4||04/29/14|
|Er, no... "5 apples in A box" = 5 apples + 1 box. Your logic and your math is faulty, LogicMath!|
|Posted by ismartguy||05/12/14|
|Spike thru, hes actually right... :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:|
|Posted by ghostwolf1468||12/11/14|
|Dont have to all caps count everything :-?|
|Posted by XtinaF||08/07/15|
| LogicalMath123 and spikethru4 - I undertsand both your points, it mainly depends on the wording of the question to determine the correct answer, if you have "5 apples in a box" that would mean you have 6items altogether so the answer would be correct that with the 4 empty boxes added on, you have 10 items however if you have 5 "apples in a box" then that would mean each apple is in a box of it's own which means you have 10 items, plus the other 4 empty boxes making 14 items in total. The question is written correctly for the answer it gives however for this category being trick, a little play on words would have been better for the answer to result in 14 items :wink:|
|Posted by TheRiddleTroll||12/10/16|
|This isn't a trick. This should be in the math section.|
|Posted by vkabdwal||02/08/17|
|I think items are 2 only: apple and box.
Each item's 5 units are there.|
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