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# Fun riddle!

 Posts: 13,530 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/19/2013 2:18:28 PMPosted: 7 years agoYou find a three gallon water tank and a five gallon water tank next to a faucet. How do you produce a water tank with exactly four gallons of water?
 Posts: 4,325 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/19/2013 2:23:00 PMPosted: 7 years agoAt 4/19/2013 2:18:28 PM, dylancatlow wrote:You find a three gallon water tank and a five gallon water tank next to a faucet. How do you produce a water tank with exactly four gallons of water?Are they Both full?Affinity: Fire Class: Human Abilities: ???? Nac. WOAH, COLORED FONT!
 Posts: 2,900 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/19/2013 2:50:09 PMPosted: 7 years agoAt 4/19/2013 2:18:28 PM, dylancatlow wrote:You find a three gallon water tank and a five gallon water tank next to a faucet. How do you produce a water tank with exactly four gallons of water?Fill the five gallon tank to the four gallon mark.If you can't do that, then fill the three gallon tank, and dump it into the five gallon tank. Then fill the three gallon tank again, and dump it into the five gallon tank until the five gallon tank is full. Then dump out the five gallon tank, and pour what's left in the three gallon tank (1 gallon) into the five gallon tank. Fill up the three gallon tank one last time, then pour all three gallons into the five gallon tank to make four gallons.'When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all the truth; for he will not speak on his own authority, but whatever he hears he will speak, and he will declare to you the things that are to come.' - John 16:13
 Posts: 4,445 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/19/2013 5:36:20 PMPosted: 7 years agoFill the 3 gallon. Pour it into the 5 gallon. Fill the three gallon again and pour it into the 5 gallon again. That will leave you with 1 gallon in the 3 gallon tank. Pour out the 5 gallon tank. Pour the 1 gallon (in the 3 gallon tank) into the 5 gallon tank. Fill the 3 gallon tank. 3 + 1 = 4.Is there a faster way to do this lolyang.
 Posts: 4,445 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/19/2013 5:36:57 PMPosted: 7 years agoAt 4/19/2013 2:50:09 PM, AlwaysMoreThanYou wrote:If you can't do that, then fill the three gallon tank, and dump it into the five gallon tank. Then fill the three gallon tank again, and dump it into the five gallon tank until the five gallon tank is full. Then dump out the five gallon tank, and pour what's left in the three gallon tank (1 gallon) into the five gallon tank. Fill up the three gallon tank one last time, then pour all three gallons into the five gallon tank to make four gallons.lol I should really read threads first before I post -___-yang.
 Posts: 23,819 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/19/2013 7:59:19 PMPosted: 7 years agoA cowboy rides into the Desert on Friday, camps there for two days, the rides back on Tuesday. If he only stayed for two days though, how is this possible?
 Posts: 18,337 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/19/2013 8:03:39 PMPosted: 7 years agoAt 4/19/2013 7:59:19 PM, TUF wrote:A cowboy rides into the Desert on Friday, camps there for two days, the rides back on Tuesday. If he only stayed for two days though, how is this possible?International Date Line?He rides into the desert Friday night, camps there Saturday and Sunday. It is actually Monday because he crosses the international date line. He spends monday night there and rides back on tuesday. So, he spends two days but three nights there.I feel sure there is a simpler, more elegant explanation though.
 Posts: 4,325 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/19/2013 8:04:41 PMPosted: 7 years agoAt 4/19/2013 8:03:39 PM, F-16_Fighting_Falcon wrote:At 4/19/2013 7:59:19 PM, TUF wrote:A cowboy rides into the Desert on Friday, camps there for two days, the rides back on Tuesday. If he only stayed for two days though, how is this possible?International Date Line?He rides into the desert Friday night, camps there Saturday and Sunday. It is actually Monday because he crosses the international date line. He spends monday night there and rides back on tuesday. So, he spends two days but three nights there.I feel sure there is a simpler, more elegant explanation though.It's a harder riddle then the one where the horses names are friday and tuesday.Affinity: Fire Class: Human Abilities: ???? Nac. WOAH, COLORED FONT!
 Posts: 4,650 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/20/2013 3:42:12 AMPosted: 7 years agoAt 4/19/2013 7:59:19 PM, TUF wrote:A cowboy rides into the Desert on Friday, camps there for two days, the rides back on Tuesday. If he only stayed for two days though, how is this possible?He rode back on a horse named Tuesday. This is an ooooollllllddddd riddle. Like "Great-grandpa told me" old."How true it is that words are but vague shadows of the volumes we mean. Little audible links they are, chaining together great inaudible feelings and purposes." "Nobody wants to be in your sig." ~Emilrose
 Posts: 23,819 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/20/2013 6:47:43 AMPosted: 7 years agoAt 4/19/2013 8:03:39 PM, F-16_Fighting_Falcon wrote:At 4/19/2013 7:59:19 PM, TUF wrote:A cowboy rides into the Desert on Friday, camps there for two days, the rides back on Tuesday. If he only stayed for two days though, how is this possible?International Date Line?He rides into the desert Friday night, camps there Saturday and Sunday. It is actually Monday because he crosses the international date line. He spends monday night there and rides back on tuesday. So, he spends two days but three nights there.I feel sure there is a simpler, more elegant explanation though.Good theory lol! But the other two were right about the horses names. Yes its an old.one.
 Posts: 23,819 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/20/2013 6:51:11 AMPosted: 7 years agoIf the world weighs a apoximately 6.897 billion pounds, and man build a wall that weighs 1.567 billion pounds, and a statue that weighs .400 Billion pounds (400 million pounds) how much does the earth now weigh?
 Posts: 4,650 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/20/2013 6:54:39 AMPosted: 7 years agoAt 4/20/2013 6:51:11 AM, TUF wrote:If the world weighs a apoximately 6.897 billion pounds, and man build a wall that weighs 1.567 billion pounds, and a statue that weighs .400 Billion pounds (400 million pounds) how much does the earth now weigh?Assuming the world = the earth, and he made the wall and statue out of parts of the earth, then the earth now weighs approximately 6.897 billion pounds."How true it is that words are but vague shadows of the volumes we mean. Little audible links they are, chaining together great inaudible feelings and purposes." "Nobody wants to be in your sig." ~Emilrose
 Posts: 18,337 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/20/2013 1:20:35 PMPosted: 7 years agoAt 4/20/2013 6:54:39 AM, Sui_Generis wrote:At 4/20/2013 6:51:11 AM, TUF wrote:If the world weighs a apoximately 6.897 billion pounds, and man build a wall that weighs 1.567 billion pounds, and a statue that weighs .400 Billion pounds (400 million pounds) how much does the earth now weigh?Assuming the world = the earth, and he made the wall and statue out of parts of the earth, then the earth now weighs approximately 6.897 billion pounds.^ This. And if he got it by drilling on the moon or some other planet, then it weighs 8.864 billion pounds.
 Posts: 23,819 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/20/2013 1:49:07 PMPosted: 7 years agoAt 4/20/2013 6:54:39 AM, Sui_Generis wrote:At 4/20/2013 6:51:11 AM, TUF wrote:If the world weighs a apoximately 6.897 billion pounds, and man build a wall that weighs 1.567 billion pounds, and a statue that weighs .400 Billion pounds (400 million pounds) how much does the earth now weigh?Assuming the world = the earth, and he made the wall and statue out of parts of the earth, then the earth now weighs approximately 6.897 billion pounds.Good job. :)
 Posts: 23,819 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/20/2013 1:52:40 PMPosted: 7 years ago2 men play 5 complete games of checkers. There are no ties and they have both won the same amount of games. How is this possible?
 Posts: 18,337 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 4/20/2013 2:09:28 PMPosted: 7 years agoAt 4/20/2013 1:52:40 PM, TUF wrote:2 men play 5 complete games of checkers. There are no ties and they have both won the same amount of games. How is this possible?They are not playing against each other.