Can you guess the cards: Mr A. picks four cards out of the pack of 52 cards and offers four hints to Mr B,

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Mr A. picks four cards out of the pack of 52 cards and lays them face down on the table. He offers four hints to Mr B.
1) The left card can’t be greater than the one on right.
2) The difference between the first card and third card equals to eight.
3) None of the Ace is present
4) No face card has been included i.e. no queen king and jacks.
5) The difference between the second and fourth card is 7.

Mr. B smiles and tells all the four cards to Mr. A.

Can you tell the four cards?

posted Aug 16, 2014

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The cards were

2, 3, 10, 10

This satisfies all the cond.

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2-3-10-10 is the sequence

answer Jul 10, 2015 by anonymous
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