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С) 6. Explanation: Three chickens would lay three eggs in a minute and half, hence in three minutes they would lay six eggs.

P.S. Another possible way of looking on the problem: The answer is 0, because if you have a chicken and a half, the chickens are dead _________________

Re: Fun question on arithmetic and logic [#permalink]
13 Sep 2009, 05:47

This is a classical work problem. 1,5 chickens lay 1,5 eggs in 1,5 minutes that means 3 chickens lay 3 eggs in 1,5 minutes and that means 3 chickens lay 6 eggs in 3 minutes