Brain teaser solutions

25th September 1998 at 01:00
(from page 28)King Henry's gold bars There were 7, 3, 4 and 6 in each pile.

The problem can be solved by trial and error.

Zids and Zods 3 Zids with 4 toes and 4 Zods with 9 toes.

If Zids have 5 toes and Zods have 7 toes, the five possible ways of making 140 are: 28 Zids; 21 Zids and 5 Zods; 14 Zids and 10 Zods; 7 Zids and 15 Zods; 20 Zods.

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