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Changing Chameleons (Posted on 2002-04-19) Difficulty: 4 of 5
At one point, a remote island's population of chameleons was divided as follows:
  • 13 Red chameleons
  • 15 Green chameleons
  • 17 Blue chameleons
Each time two different colored chameleons would meet, they would change their color to the third one. (I.E. If Green meets Red, they both change their color to Blue.)

Is it ever possible for all chameleons to become the same color? (Why or why not?)

See The Solution Submitted by levik    
Rating: 4.1250 (16 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
Unlimited optionsDrew2003-10-09 00:22:03
easyrichie2003-01-25 18:02:35
Incredibly SimpleMike2002-05-10 15:07:50
Spoilers.Paul Brinkley2002-04-22 07:56:33
I know the answer...levik2002-04-20 15:53:00
i think its not possiblesariz2002-04-20 14:32:52
Oops!!Sharky2002-04-20 13:27:39
I think Im right..Sharky2002-04-20 13:24:48
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