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Q: You stand blindfolded in front of a table. you are told that there are 32 cards with the number up and an unknown amount of cards (so it's not sure it's 52) with the number down. Is there a possibility that you can divide the cards in two groups so that both groups have the same amount of cards with the number upwards.

Note: there is a chance that the answer is no, but that would be really stupid. It's a question from my gf school for 15 to 16 year olds

Note: there is a chance that the answer is no, but that would be really stupid. It's a question from my gf school for 15 to 16 year olds

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better formulation, because as it is now, your question is complete shit

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>>6319458

I'll try to translate it better. still, maybe it's just a shitty question

I'll try to translate it better. still, maybe it's just a shitty question

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flip the first 32 cards.

these 32 cards now have the same number of face-up cards as there are on the rest of the table.

these 32 cards now have the same number of face-up cards as there are on the rest of the table.

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>>6319476

You stand blindfolded in front of a table on which there lay a lot of playing cards. You are told that 32 cards lay with the (i don't know how to say it, the side displayed in the picture)-side up and an unknown number with that side down.

Can you divide these cards in two groups so that there is an equal ammount of cards with the (pic)-side up, without taking of the blindfold

You stand blindfolded in front of a table on which there lay a lot of playing cards. You are told that 32 cards lay with the (i don't know how to say it, the side displayed in the picture)-side up and an unknown number with that side down.

Can you divide these cards in two groups so that there is an equal ammount of cards with the (pic)-side up, without taking of the blindfold

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>>6319477

i don't think you know the difference between the first cards and the others, otherwise you could just divide those

i don't think you know the difference between the first cards and the others, otherwise you could just divide those

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>>6319480

lay face up vs face down

Without looking I think the answer is no.

lay face up vs face down

Without looking I think the answer is no.

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>>6319486

me too. unless there is only one extra card

me too. unless there is only one extra card