We were given this puzzle to do during our calculus lesson today. It is quite challenging and fun to do at the same time.
This puzzle is attributed to Albert Einstein. He claimed that 98% of the world could not work it out. Can you?
I’ll let you do the judging.
There are five houses in a row and in five different colors.
In each house lives a person from a different country.
Each person drinks a certain drink, plays a certain sport, and keeps a certain pet.
No two people drinks the same drink, play the same sport, or keep the same pet.
· The Brit lives in a red house
· The Swede keeps dogs
· The Dane drinks tea
· The green house is on the left of the white house
· The green house owner drinks coffee
· The person who plays polo rears birds
· The owner of the yellow house plays hockey
· The man living in the house right in the centre drinks milk
· The Norwegian lives in the first house
· The man who plays baseball lives next to the man who keeps cat
· The man who keeps horses lives next to the one who plays hockey
· The man who play billiards drinks beer
· The German plays soccer
· The Norwegian lives next to the blue house
· The man who plays baseball has a neighbor who drinks water.
Who Owns the Fish?
How long it takes for you to solve this puzzle?
P/S : Kai Ling, this is for you.