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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.............

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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 Jun 30 by Madhavi Latha

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