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Riddle of the Day: Count Money (1 pic)

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№1 Author: bumblebee (30 Nov 2010 03:00) Total user comments: 38


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um..
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№2 Author: Nguyenazn (30 Nov 2010 03:37) Total user comments: 1144


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i love maths 04
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№3 Author: lillady (30 Nov 2010 04:00) Total user comments: 281


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mind fuck!
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№4 Author: gaboku (30 Nov 2010 04:06) Total user comments: 17


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easy one.
the food really costs 25 euros.
plus 2 euros on waiter pocket = 27
plus 3 euros returned to eacho one= 30

the 30 euros from begin.
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№5 Author: Jimmy Johnson (30 Nov 2010 04:44) Total user comments: 5518


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IF I buy a thoughtful gift and overtip by 15% at a four star French restaurant on the third date... How much more action should I get, based on a percentage, multiplied by the time variable of 12 hours... and if this event occurs with 24 hours of New Year's?
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№6 Author: adzhoe (30 Nov 2010 04:58) Total user comments: 14959


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yawn
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№7 Author: username (30 Nov 2010 07:01) Total user comments: 1


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well~the trick was in the 2euros, sadly the 2 is already included in the pay 3x9=27 and 25+2 also =27, so u add the 3 u saved not the 2 which is already in the pay
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№8 Author: Warzazat (30 Nov 2010 08:11) Total user comments: 165


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the money in waiter's pocket is to deduct not to add
3x9=27
-2=25
+5 the boss gave = 30
nice trick anyway
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№9 Author: martim (30 Nov 2010 08:23) Total user comments: 3


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yep, the trick is that even when those 2 euros are spend they are not payment.

Damn european jedi waiters and their mindtricks.
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№10 Author: pawzuzu (30 Nov 2010 08:37) Total user comments: 213


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Aw come on how old is this joke? HEY! I got an idea! Let's do it with EUROS INSTEAD.. that'll shake things up.
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№11 Author: bruce88lee (30 Nov 2010 09:17) Total user comments: 1818


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№12 Author: Jinxaruny (30 Nov 2010 09:18) Total user comments: 10324


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№13 Author: Nsibai (30 Nov 2010 09:37) Total user comments: 5694


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№14 Author: taja609 (30 Nov 2010 09:56) Total user comments: 6


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uuu...really nice one...
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№15 Author: blackcoatman (30 Nov 2010 10:01) Total user comments: 1


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I thought of this like that:
Since their total paid amount should have been 25 euros, what each one should have paid is 25/3 = 8,333333... euros
But since the waiter eventually would return one euro to each, each one would have paid 9,333333... euros
So... 9,3333333... x 3 = 28 (ta-dah) - so there go the 2 euros in the pocket.
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№16 Author: salsapopo (30 Nov 2010 10:01) Total user comments: 12723


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№17 Author: raymond.wendt (30 Nov 2010 11:37) Total user comments: 9115


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I would have kept all five euros. they didn't know any difference. Problem solved!
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№18 Author: mauman707 (30 Nov 2010 12:44) Total user comments: 495


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№19 Author: Trifecta69 (30 Nov 2010 12:54) Total user comments: 1086


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wrong calculation 17
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№20 Author: elunicotomas (30 Nov 2010 14:09) Total user comments: 1680


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truco de mierda..
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№21 Author: Zack (30 Nov 2010 14:35) Total user comments: 277


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So how is this a riddle, if it's just calculated wrong?
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№22 Author: 2fuzzy (30 Nov 2010 14:46) Total user comments: 10400


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This is an old math problem... glad to see that are some math literate people here.
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№23 Author: Naphia (30 Nov 2010 15:01) Total user comments: 1071


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The trick is that there is a mistake in the conceptual formulation, which confuses people.
No magic, all the money is still here. 8.3333333 (what the meal really cost for a single person), take it three times, add the 3 euros they got back and the two from the waiter and we have 30 euros again. But nice trick. 01 I love food for my brain.
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№24 Author: Little_Shippy (30 Nov 2010 15:25) Total user comments: 395


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in order to get a good math riddle you have to be able to add two numbers correctly
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№25 Author: Lu (30 Nov 2010 18:01) Total user comments: 15082


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Yeah, oldie, but nice.
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№26 Author: khannibal (30 Nov 2010 20:19) Total user comments: 4711


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№27 Author: wololo (30 Nov 2010 20:26) Total user comments: 383


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a really good mind fucker
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№28 Author: amerJD (30 Nov 2010 20:59) Total user comments: 1400


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№29 Author: dustin_is_stoopid (1 Dec 2010 00:27) Total user comments: 149


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im too high to read any of that shit
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№30 Author: DocMcCoy (1 Dec 2010 02:24) Total user comments: 6039


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Good one. 12
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