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Six glasses are in a row. The first three are.............arrange them so that the full and the empty glasses alternate?

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Six glasses are in a row. The first three are filled with milk and the last three are empty. By moving only one glass, can you arrange them so that the full and the empty glasses alternate?

posted Dec 9, 2015 by Puneet Batra

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F1,F2,F3,E4,E5,E6
Lift glass F2 and empty in glass E5
You will get alternative glasses filled and empty.
F1,E2,F3,E4,F5,E6

answer Dec 9, 2015 by Jaikumar Bhatia
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EXCHANGE THE POSITION OF MIDDLE FILLED GLASS WITH THE MIDDLE EMPTY GLASS

answer Dec 9, 2015 by Aavishkar Kumar



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