Transport Puzzle


A man transports a fox, a duck and corn in a boat.
The boat is only capable of transporting himself and one of the other three with each crossing.

How did he succeed in crossing them all without letting the fox eat the duck or the duck eat
the corn?

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    He transports the duck.
    He returns to get fox, transports fox but brings back duck.
    He leaves duck on shore and crosses with corn.
    He leaves corn with fox and returns to get duck.

    pnikam Expert Answered on 17th August 2015.
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