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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Brain Teaser 1/13/2015

A man bumps into his mathematician friend on the street that he hasn't seen in 5 years. The man asks the mathematician how old his children are. The mathematician, who always replies in riddles said, "I now have three children. The sum of their ages is equal to the number of windows on the building in front of you and the product of their ages equals 36." The friend then says "I need one more piece of information." The mathematician then replies "My youngest child has blue eyes." What are the ages of the mathematicians three children?
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1 comment:

torchiest said...

This question is flawed, because if they are old friends, he would have already known the answer without the extra information, since he would have known the mathematician had one-year-old twins the last time they saw each other.