**River Crossing Riddle - 9 May**

Two boys want to cross a river. Only one boat is present on the lakeside that can carry only one person at a time.

However, they still manage to cross the river. How is it possible ?

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Two boys want to cross a river. Only one boat is present on the lakeside that can carry only one person at a time.

However, they still manage to cross the river. How is it possible ?

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They both or one of them swim !

ReplyDeleteOne of them uses the boat to reach the other side, then the other one rounds the LAKE to be on the same side as the boat is now. Then he use that boat to reach the first side again.

ReplyDeleteTwo boys crossing one river. Didn't say anything about the results!

Boys are one in each side of the river. One crosses using the boat and gives the boat to the second boy on the other side of the river, second boy crosses the river using the boat and goes to the other side where the first one came from, the just switched sides of the river.

ReplyDeleteBoth are standing at opposite ends of the river.

ReplyDeleteboth boys r standing opposite side to each other....

ReplyDeleteboth boys r standing opposite side to each other....

ReplyDeleteboth boys r standing opposite side to each other....

ReplyDeleteboth boys r standing opposite side to each other....

ReplyDeleteboth boys r standing opposite side to each other....

ReplyDeleteboth boys r standing opposite side to each other....

ReplyDeleteOnly one boat is present on the lakeside that can carry only one person at a time, so the boys take a boat that can carry two people.

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