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Three Children is a puzzle in the UK version of Professor Layton and the Curious Village.
Puzzle[edit | edit source]
The king of an ancient kingdom had three children, A, B, and C.
The difference in age between A and B is three years, while the difference between B and C is two years. A is definitely not the oldest son.
How many possible ways are there to order the ages of the three children?
Hints[edit | edit source]
Solution[edit | edit source]
Correct[edit | edit source]
That's right! There are four possible orders.
A and B are three years apart, while B and C are two years apart, so that rules our BAC.
A may not be the oldest son, but what if A was the oldest daughter? That means you have to include orders where A comes first.
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