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Sat 29 Mar, 2014 04:24 am
A man had a boat and needed to get his fox, goose and bag of beans to the other side of the river. He could take only one over at a time. He can't leave the fox and goose alone as the fox will eat the Goose. He cannot leave the beans and goose alone as the goose will eat the beans. How does he get all three to the other side ?
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Frank Apisa

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Sat 29 Mar, 2014 06:11 am
@Clayora,
Clayora wrote:

A man had a boat and needed to get his fox, goose and bag of beans to the other side of the river. He could take only one over at a time. He can't leave the fox and goose alone as the fox will eat the Goose. He cannot leave the beans and goose alone as the goose will eat the beans. How does he get all three to the other side ?

Try to solve this yourself. Think outside the box. Consider the fact that all the carrying does not have to be done in one direction. The man may bring one load back with him in order to get this done.
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