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A Drinking Problem (Posted on 2002-12-18) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Four people are in a bar.

Ben owes Glen a drink. Glen owes Rhen two drinks. Rhen owes Sven three drinks. Sven owes Ben four drinks.

To settle up, what is the minimum number of drinks that need to be bought by who for whom?

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionPuzzle Solution With ExplanationK Sengupta2008-04-30 02:02:13
answerK Sengupta2008-03-09 12:34:38
SolutionPraneeth2007-08-29 05:52:37
the answersimone2005-06-16 13:02:41
duhBilly Bob2004-03-28 10:42:09
simplered_sox_fan_0320032004-02-25 18:16:12
SolutionanswerLewis2003-06-17 11:23:23
SolutionGautam Joshi2002-12-23 16:10:53
A Drinking Problem ( Solution )Ravi Raja2002-12-20 07:06:21
A Drinking ProblemRyan Hayes2002-12-20 04:58:02
A drinking ProblemSteve2002-12-20 04:53:01
re: drinking problemterry2002-12-19 18:32:15
Solutiondrinking problemterry2002-12-19 18:27:21
AnswerAndrew2002-12-19 08:23:26
re(3): Each man buys one but Ben...friedlinguini2002-12-19 06:49:16
re(2): Each man buys one but Ben...Melissa2002-12-19 06:37:04
re: Each man buys one but Ben...friedlinguini2002-12-19 06:20:05
Each man buys one but Ben...Melissa2002-12-19 05:56:19
Solutionre: ben glen rhen sven ... ten!sach2002-12-18 14:39:21
ben glen rhen sven ... ten!Debra Winter2002-12-18 11:38:54
re: Getting Drunkfriedlinguini2002-12-18 04:33:48
Getting DrunkTomM2002-12-18 03:22:05
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