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Flowers (Posted on 2003-03-01) Difficulty: 1 of 5
How many flowers do I have if all of them are roses except two, all of them are tulips except two, and all of them are daisies except two?

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Rating: 2.9231 (13 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
Some ThoughtsA third possibility (spoiler)Dej Mar2008-03-11 13:46:08
Some ThoughtsProposer RatingK Sengupta2008-03-11 11:28:20
SolutionSolution To The Second InterpretationK Sengupta2008-03-11 10:58:05
SolutionSolution To The First InterpretationK Sengupta2008-03-11 10:55:40
Some ThoughtsFlower ThoughtsK Sengupta2008-03-11 10:53:56
Change the rating system of this questionJonathan Chang2005-04-17 00:23:06
UncertaintyJonathan Chang2005-04-17 00:15:49
SolutionWho can count?Drew Skau2003-08-30 00:27:55
re: Already not the latest... solutionallison2003-07-06 09:59:32
re(5): Already not the latest... another solutionCory Taylor2003-06-13 07:38:25
re(4): Already not the latest... another solutionJim C2003-06-12 08:06:11
re(2): possibilitiesRavi Raja2003-03-06 02:54:22
Solutionre: possibilitiesCharlie2003-03-05 07:51:47
possibilitiesRavi Raja2003-03-04 18:54:09
re(3): Already not the latest... another solutiondave domingo2003-03-02 19:54:53
re(2): Already not the latest... another solutionCharlie2003-03-02 09:44:12
re(2): Already not the latest... solutionAlan2003-03-02 09:10:53
re: Already not the latest... solutionRavi Raja2003-03-01 22:18:24
SolutionAlready not the latest... solutionCharlie2003-03-01 11:48:43
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