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The lion, goat and cabbage problem is a river crossing puzzle. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolf,_goat_and_cabbage_problem]
 
The lion, goat and cabbage problem is a river crossing puzzle. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolf,_goat_and_cabbage_problem]
  
River-crossing puzzles are older than a thousand years and were devised to help children develop logic and reasoning skills.  
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==Instructions==
 
==Instructions==
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Latest revision as of 11:53, 15 January 2021

The lion, goat and cabbage problem is a river crossing puzzle. [1]

River-crossing puzzles are older than a thousand years and were devised to help children develop logic and reasoning skills.




Instructions

The man wants to take the animals and the cabbage to the other side. He has a boat that he can use for this purpose, but there is a problem. The man can carry with him only one of the three at a time on the boat.

  • If he leaves the lion alone with the sheep at one side, the lion will eat the sheep.
  • Similarly, the sheep will eat the cabbage if they are left alone.


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