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Puzzle 179.  APPLE CIDER

Mrs. Smith has a 2 gallon container which contains 2 gallons of her home made apple cider.  She also has a 3-quart jar and a 2-quart jar.  Without using any other containers or jars, except her 2-gallon container, 3-quart jar and 2-quart jar, how can she divide the apple ciders into two equal portions, so that her visiting friend Mrs. Jones could bring home one gallon of her apple cider?

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Platonic solids are regular geometric solids with regular plane faces.  There are only five platonic solids.  These are the cube, tetrahedron, octahedron, icosahedrons, and dodecahedron.  The cube has six faces, each of which is a square.  The tetrahedron has four equilateral triangular faces.  The octahedron has eight equilateral triangular faces.  The icosahedron has twenty equilateral triangular faces.  Lastly, the dodecahedron has twelve equilateral pentagonal faces.


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