Answer this ?? One rabbit saw 6 elephants while going towards River. Every ...

Answer this ??

One rabbit saw 6 elephants while going towards River.
Every elephant saw 2 monkeys are going towards river.
Every monkey holds one parrot in their hands.
Now tell me how many animals are going towards river.

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1 year ago #2
jitu
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10

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1 year ago #3
jade
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Please explain.
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1 year ago #4
Murthy
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Animals are 3 Birds are 2.

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1 year ago #5
rahul sai rai
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Ans:-5
1 rabbit + 2 monkeys + 2 parrots.
Rabbit going to river on the way rabbit seen 6 elephants all 6 elephants seen 2 monkeys

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1 year ago #6
Lipika maharana
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3

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1 year ago #7
Lipika maharana
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5

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12 months ago #8
Pat
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1 rabbit plus 6 elephants plus 12 monkeys plus 12 parrots =
1+6+12+12 =
7+24=
31 animals
However, the elephants weren't going to the river. It never tells you, the stumbling bock of the question. It should be:
1 rabbit plus 12 monkeys plus 12 parrots.
1+12+12 = 25
25 animals were going.

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11 months ago #9
Socialbutterfly
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1 rabbit saw 6 elephants while going to the river
= 1 (elephants going no where)
Every elephant saw 2 monkeys going towards the river
= 2 (again elephants going no where)
every monkey holds 1 parrot in their hands
= (2 monkeys already counted, as monkeys are going to the river, so will both parrots)
= 2
1+2+2=5

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11 months ago #10
Kayla__
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It's 5 b/c they never said that 6 elephants were going to the river. So 1 rabbit + 2 monkeys + 2 parrots= 5

Every monkey was carrying 1 parrot and the monkeys wear going so the parrots had to go to .

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11 months ago #11
Mike
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7 the two monkeys have four hands, so there's four parrots. 1rabbit + 2 monkeys + 4 parrots = 7

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11 months ago #12
Mike
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7. The two monkeys have 4 hands so there must be 4 parrots.

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11 months ago #13
reynold
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how will the monkey go towards the river if he's holding the parrots in all his hands? hahahaha

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7 months ago #14
Tim
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How did you determine there were only two monkeys and not 12?

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7 months ago #15
Tim
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The answer is 4. Everyone assumes there are two parrots. But using the same logic that you use to determine there are only two monkeys instead of 12, you must also conclude that there is only one parrot. So since both sentences are worded alike, every elephant saw the same two monkeys, and every monkey held the same one parrot.

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5 months ago #16
zeckad
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That's the EXACT answer I got, 25. Taking note of the words,WHILE & EVERY.

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3 months ago #17
Riyaz
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Ans (31)
1-rabite
6-elephant(each elephant
saw 2 monkey {6×2=12})
12-monkey
12-parrot
=31

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2 months ago #18
Anusha
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5

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2 months ago #19
Kuldeep
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1 rabbit
2 monkeys
Only 3 animals
Because rabbit was going to river.
While going to river rabit saw elephants .every 6 elephants saw 2 monkeys . Monkeys are going to river with 2 parrot.
5 people are going towards river but parrot is not a animal its a bird .
So correct answer is 3 animals

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2 months ago #20
Logic thinker
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1 rabbit + 2 monkeys = 3 animals going towards river.
6 elephants seen by rabbit while rabbit going towards river, so elephants not to be counted as elephants are not towards river & 2 parrots (bird)

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2 months ago #21
Kish
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Yes

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2 months ago #22
Patti
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The answer is 5. It doesn't say "each" elephant, it says "every" elephant. So they altogether seen just 2 monkeys, 2 monkeys with 2 parrots = 4 and then the rabbit which is 5.

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2 months ago #23
Sun
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R you kidding me with your answer read the whole sentence again original answer is 3 and there one more answer to logical math 5 answer

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1 week ago #24
Tonya
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1+2=3 because parrots are birds not animals but if you want to add the parrots as animals you can which the out come will be.
1+2+2=5

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