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Puzzle
- US Version
Dr. Schrader needs to drink 1/5 of this bottle of medicine per day over a period of five days. Unfortunately, the bottle isn't marked, so there's no way of telling the dosage from it.
Now, it's time to take the second dose. The medicine in the bottle has been reduced as shown in the diagram. Where should he stop drinking today? Draw a line on the bottle to mark the stopping point.
- UK Version
Dr Schrader needs to drink one fifth of this bottle of medicine per day over a period of five days. Unfortunately, the dosages aren't marked on the bottle.
Dr Schrader has taken the first dose, and the amount of medicine in the bottle has been reduced to the level shown in the diagram. It's now time for the second dose.
To where should be drink today? Draw a line on the bottle to mark the point which he should stop drinking.
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Solution
Incorrect
Too bad!
- US Version
Look at the shape of the bottle again, and figure out how to divide its contents into five equal parts.
- UK Version
Look at the shape of the bottle again and work out how to find the right dose for Dr Schrader.
Correct
That's right!
- US Version
You can turn the bottle left or right and it will still work. Looking at the diagram, you can see that a diagonal line like the one shown divides the long rectangle into two. Since the rectangle makes up 2/5 of the medicine, halving it creates just the right amount!
- UK Version
You can rotate the bottle left or right and get the same result. Just make sure the medicine reaches the line you drew.
Looking at the diagram, you can see that a diagonal line like the one shown divides the rectangle into two. Since the rectangle makes up two fifths of the medicine, halving it gives you just the right amount!
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