J-Bolt wrote:Oh wait, heres an old easy one.
If one and half chickens can lay one and a half eggs in one and a half days. How many chickens does it take to lay 9 eggs in 9 days?
This one is too easy, almost like a pass. Best I could do with little time
Chuck Kennedy wrote:(Yes, I read the rules but didn't it say someone else could jump in if the last answerer didn't have a puzzle within 40 minutes?)
Here's a fun one I prepared for the Sr. High math module in the EDGE program:
A disc manufacturer has received an order for 200 specially stamped discs for a tournament. Each disc must weigh at least 170 grams. The manufacturing operation has various steps. Each step some discs must be rejected for one reason or another. Your job is to figure out how many discs must be molded to make sure that 200 satisfactory discs will remain to meet the order specifications. The mold makes two discs at a time. Two discs are immediately rejected from every 100 molded. Five more discs are rejected from dome sag after cooling out of every 100 that make it this far. Ten percent of the remaining discs will be lighter than 170 grams.
discspeed wrote:We're not owls
Chuck Kennedy wrote:I'm gonna say 240. (239 + 1, mold does two at a time).
Answer confirmed. (hopefully, their true production process doesn't have this many rejects!)
jsun3thousand wrote:Disc golfers are holding the sport back.
J-Bolt wrote:1.5 chickens, duh
Tito got mine.
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