**Tricky Logic Question - 28 May**

Edward James went for tiger hunting.

It was not his lucky day.

He got six tigers without heads, nine tigers without the tail and eight cut in two halves.

How many tiger did he hunted ?

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Edward James went for tiger hunting.

It was not his lucky day.

He got six tigers without heads, nine tigers without the tail and eight cut in two halves.

How many tiger did he hunted ?

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6 = without heads

ReplyDelete9 = without tail

8 = cut in 2 halves.

1. I think it's 9 cause 6 + 8 without heads means 6 and 8 dead tigers. I wonder If tiger will die If we cut their tail?

2. 0.

0 cos it wasnt his lucky day

ReplyDeleteGood

Delete0 because he didn't get any hole tigers

ReplyDelete6 no heads

ReplyDelete9 no tails

8 in half

= 23

Because of those numbers, we know he 'got' 23 tigers, regardless if they were full tigers or not. That's not the question though. "How many did he hunt" is the question, and that's impossible to know.

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