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Brainteaser watch

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    (Original post by ~Bex~)
    Basically, its a visual trick. If the rope is 1m long and has a dip of 0.5m, then it must be o.5m up and 0.5m down, the only way that can be is if the poles are right next to each other.
    i was gonna guess 1m:s:
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    (Original post by Izakel)
    That was quite logical, just didn't see the thread in time

    I notice; Elle4 doesn't like logic :fisheye:
    I do like logic, but to me it's not logical to have a diagram that throws you off.
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    (Original post by Ellie4)
    I do like logic, but to me it's not logical to have a diagram that throws you off.
    Maybe you shouldn't rely on diagrams, it only seemed like a sketch.

    Good Afternoon and have a nice day
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    damn that was easy...i looked at it before you mentioned the mistake and thought you were taking the pish
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    (Original post by Ellie4)
    I do like logic, but to me it's not logical to have a diagram that throws you off.
    they should have explained it cos looking at the diagram is very misleading.they should have said it was inaccurate
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    the whole point of a brainteaser is it makes you think.
    If you drew an accurate diagram there would be no point in asking the question because you could just read it off the diagram
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    It would have been easy had there been no diagram.
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    (Original post by Ellie4)
    It would have been easy had there been no diagram.
    :ditto:
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    if it was easy, what would be the point of doing it exactly?
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    i grudgingly agree...we got something like this in our math paper once
 
 
 
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