- 30 Mar '03 21:51 / 1 edit

split it 50/50 because coins have a head on 1 side and tails on the other*Originally posted by genius***a blind man is alone in a room with 100 coins. 90 are heads, 10 are tails. he cannot feel which ones are heads or tails. how can he get two piles of coins with an equal number of tails in each pile?** - 31 Mar '03 06:24

Turn 10 coins. Then create two piles of ten coins.*Originally posted by genius***a blind man is alone in a room with 100 coins. 90 are heads, 10 are tails. he cannot feel which ones are heads or tails. how can he get two piles of coins with an equal number of tails in each pile?**

I think !!!

- 04 Apr '03 08:12

Haven't you already posted a very similar puzzle? Anyway, the answer is he spilts the coins 90/10 and turns over the coins in the smaller pile.*Originally posted by genius***no-it is perfectly poissible. if you want i can post the answer...it's one of these problems that you either see it at first, or usually don't see it...and trekkie-u are almost there!...** - 10 Apr '03 03:56

He builds 25 piles, there must be two piles with the same number of tails*Originally posted by genius***a blind man is alone in a room with 100 coins. 90 are heads, 10 are tails. he cannot feel which ones are heads or tails. how can he get two piles of coins with an equal number of tails in each pile?**