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Puzzle 49. CHEST OF GOLD

There was
once a king who is supposed to reward one of his knights.
However, the king has reservations. So instead of rewarding the
knight a
chest of gold coins, he prepared three treasure chests, labeled as ALL
GOLD, ALL SILVER, and MIXTURE. However, the king intentionally
mislabeled these treasure chests to mislead the knight. Each chests
contains 2 bags of coins. One chest contains gold coins on both bags. Another chest contains silver coins on both
bags. The third chest has gold coins in one bag, and
silver coins on another bag. The knight is allowed only to
open only one bag of only one chest. After which, he has to
decide which treasure chest he can bring home as reward. If you were
the knight, from which treasure chest should you open a bag, so
that you can bring home the chest with two bags of gold coins.
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PLATONIC SOLIDS
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.

