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  • lavesh rawat
    Christmas Tree Problem Four angels sat on the Christmas tree amidst other ornaments. Two had blue halos and two – yellow. However, none of them could see
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 1, 2011
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      Christmas Tree Problem

      Four angels sat on the Christmas tree amidst other ornaments. Two had blue halos
      and two – yellow. However, none of them could see above his head. Angel A sat on
      the top branch and could see the angels B and C, who sat below him. Angel B,
      could see angel C who sat on the lower branch. And angel D stood at the base of
      the tree obscured from view by a thicket of branches, so no one could see him
      and he could not see anyone either.
      Which one of them could be the first to guess the color of his halo and speak it
      out loud for all other angels to hear?


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    • founder ldc
      These angels are not quite smart, are they ? :p hahahhaha ... From: lavesh rawat Subject: [MATH for FUN] [brain teaser ] 1april To:
      Message 2 of 3 , Apr 1, 2011
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        These angels are not quite smart, are they ? :p
        hahahhaha

        --- On Fri, 4/1/11, lavesh rawat <love19_foryou@...> wrote:

        From: lavesh rawat <love19_foryou@...>
        Subject: [MATH for FUN] [brain teaser ] 1april
        To:
        Date: Friday, April 1, 2011, 2:32 PM







         









        Christmas Tree Problem



        Four angels sat on the Christmas tree amidst other ornaments. Two had blue halos

        and two – yellow. However, none of them could see above his head. Angel A sat on

        the top branch and could see the angels B and C, who sat below him. Angel B,

        could see angel C who sat on the lower branch. And angel D stood at the base of

        the tree obscured from view by a thicket of branches, so no one could see him

        and he could not see anyone either.

        Which one of them could be the first to guess the color of his halo and speak it

        out loud for all other angels to hear?



        Update Your Answers at : Click Here



        Solution:

        Will be updated after 1 day



        --



        "Never explain yourself. Your friends don’t need it and your

        enemies won’t believe it" .



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      • bogaduck
        If A doen t declare, due to seeing two same colour halos, B will nominate his/hers as opposite to C. Peter
        Message 3 of 3 , Apr 2, 2011
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          If A doen't declare, due to seeing two same colour halos, B will nominate his/hers as opposite to C.

          Peter

          --- In mathforfun@yahoogroups.com, lavesh rawat <love19_foryou@...> wrote:
          >
          > Christmas Tree Problem
          >
          > Four angels sat on the Christmas tree amidst other ornaments. Two had blue halos
          > and two â€" yellow. However, none of them could see above his head. Angel A sat on
          > the top branch and could see the angels B and C, who sat below him. Angel B,
          > could see angel C who sat on the lower branch. And angel D stood at the base of
          > the tree obscured from view by a thicket of branches, so no one could see him
          > and he could not see anyone either.
          > Which one of them could be the first to guess the color of his halo and speak it
          > out loud for all other angels to hear?
          >
          >
          > Update Your Answers at : Click Here
          >
          > Solution:
          > Will be updated after 1 day
          >
          > --
          >
          > "Never explain yourself. Your friends don’t need it and your
          > enemies won’t believe it" .
          >
          > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
          >
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