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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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re(2): Already not the latest... another solution | Comment 4 of 19 |
(In reply to re: Already not the latest... solution by Ravi Raja)

Oh, yes! There could be just two zinnias, or one zinnia and one marigold. Here the "all" represents none.
  Posted by Charlie on 2003-03-02 09:44:12

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