There are 3 labelled boxes, but each of the labels is on the wrong box.
One box contains just apples, one box contains just bananas and the other contains both apples and bananas.
By just selecting one piece of fruit from one box can you determine the correct labels?
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Hint: Try taking one piece out.
Take a piece of fruit from the box labelled apples and bananas.
If an apple is taken, then this box is the apples box (as it can't be the apples/bananas box as all of the boxes are mislabelled). This then means that the bananas box is labelled apples, and the apples/bananas box is labelled bananas. Similarly, if a banana is taken, this box is the banana box, the apples box is labelled bananas and the apples/bananas box is labelled apples.
Place letters into the grid such that every row, column, and 2x2 block has letters (in any order) that form a common word.
Each letter is only used once, and no letter is repeated in the rows/cols/blocks.
You are running in a street marathon and you overtake the person in last place, what position are you now in?
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Answer: This cannot happen, you cannot overtake the person who is in last place, as there is no-one behind them!