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By ajilatosin • 28 days ago • 80 views • 9 comments

There is a man traveling with his 2 sheep and a wolf. The wolf would gladly attack the sheep if the man were to ever leave it alone with them. At some point, the man reaches a river that he needs to cross. He finds a boat nearby but can only take one of his animals at a time. Remember that the wolf will eat the sheep if the man leaves them all alone.

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11 Replies | Last update 28 days ago | Last comment
  • He should kill one of  the sheep

  • He should take the wolves 1st one after the other and lastly the sheep 

  • He should go with the wolf to the other side first, then come back and take one sheep to that side. Take the wolf back to the starting point. Take the other sheep to the other side where he already left one sheep. Then go back and take the wolf and continue on their journey. 

  • one after the other, it will only take time

  • It Will only time one after the other 

  • noted thanks for the information


  • CMD:

    He should go with the wolf to the other side first, then come back and take one sheep to that side. Take the wolf back to the starting point. Take the other sheep to the other side where he already left one sheep. Then go back and take the wolf and continue on their journey. 

    I support this

  • the worf will go first then the sheep.


  • CMD:

    He should go with the wolf to the other side first, then come back and take one sheep to that side. Take the wolf back to the starting point. Take the other sheep to the other side where he already left one sheep. Then go back and take the wolf and continue on their journey. 

    This is correct

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