Two fathers and two sons go fishing. The catch that day isn't good, so they only catch three fish. That happens to be their only supply of food, so they split it evenly, without cutting, slicing, or mauling any of the fish. How is this possible?
Grandfather, Father and Granddaughter should constitute two fathers (the two males) and two sons (the same two males), with a fish each, plus a fish for the Granddaughter.
P.S. The three fish must all be females, or the puzzle conditions will be violated.
Edited on April 19, 2006, 9:56 am
Posted by Penny
on 2006-04-19 09:50:18