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Monday Mindbuster Answers

Dec 11, 2017
Youngest= 2, Middle = 4, Oldest = 8, Parents = 2.
Dec 4, 2017
There are a couple solutions to this problem--here's one: Fill the 3-cup bucket and pour it into the 5-cup bucket. Fill the 3-cup bucket again, and pour it into the 5-cup bucket until the 5-cup bucket is full. That will leave exactly 1 cup of sugar in the 3-cup bucket. Dump out the 5-cup bucket, and dump the 1 cup from the 3-cup bucket into the empty 5-cup bucket. This leaves 1 cup in the 5-cup bucket. Now fill the 3-cup bucket again and add it to the 5-cup bucket. Now there are exactly 4 cups of sugar in the 5-cup bucket.
Nov 27, 2017
A polar bear.  (The only place you can hike 3 miles south, 3 miles east, then 3 miles north and end up back at your starting point is the North Pole...and the only bears that live at the North Pole are polar bears)
Nov 20, 2017
80 people (or 110 with spouses)!