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The gardener's problem

The gardener's problem


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The picture shows a scenario in which a gardener is working.

What is the correct order of the sequence of events?

Extracted from the page acertijosymascosas.blogspot.com.es

Solution

First step: vignette E. The bushes are not pruned and the stone on the sidewalk.
Second step: vignette C. The gardener is pruning the bush on the right, the one on the left is not pruned and the stone is on the sidewalk.
Third step: vignette F. The gardener is pruning the bush on the left, the one on the right is already pruned and the stone is on the sidewalk.
Fourth step: vignette B. Both shrubs are pruned and the gardener removes the stone.
Fifth step: vignette A. The stone is set apart, everything is pruned and sweeps.
Sixth and last step: vignette D. The stone is separated, everything is pruned and swept.



Comments:

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  4. Mac Artuir

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