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3 Full, 3 Empty Glasses Puzzle

Visualize six drinking glasses in a row: the first three full of water, the next three empty. Please refer to the image below. Touching only one glass, can you arrange it so that no full glass stands next to another full one, and no empty next to another empty?

Glasses Puzzle

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  1. usha says:

    pour 2nd glass of water into 5th glass…..

  2. saptarshi chaudhuri says:

    SIMPLEST TOOK ME 12 SECONDS…

  3. lokesh agrawal says:

    aise simple puzzle ki yaha koi jarurat nahi thi

  4. Legend says:

    only pick up the 2nd glass and pour it in the 5th glass, keep the second empty back where it belonged….

  5. sameer aryan says:

    by pouring the water of 2nd glass in 5th glass and then by again placing it to its original place ….. now the scenario is dat 1 empty glass is next to 1
    full glass/……………..problem solved

  6. Manoj says:

    Take the 2nd Glass and pore the water to the 5 glass

  7. kamal teja says:

    take 2nd glass of water pour in 5th glass, then puzzel can be solved

  8. Arun Dev says:

    by interchanging d 1st and 5th glass

  9. Sandeep Baheti says:

    1) Pour water from 2nd glass to 5th glass

    2) Pick up one glass and use it to move other glasses as you want to arrange them. You have “touched” only one glass. lol….

  10. Rashmi says:

    Pick up the second glass, empty the water in it into the fifth glass and place it back….the row shall contain alternate glasses of water.

  11. shubham says:

    pick up 2 glass and pour its water into the 5 glass.
    Puzzle is solved.

  12. nigama says:

    pour the water into the fifth glass from the 2nd glass, place the glass back in its 2nd position

  13. Take the water filled 2nd tumbler and pour the water in the second empty tumbler. Keep the tumbler in its original place. Now the water filled @ empty tumblres will be arranged as reqd.

  14. Rahul says:

    Take the glass, second from left, and pour into the glass which is second from right. By this no full glass stands next to another full one, and no empty next to another empty.

  15. sugathri says:

    ya take the 2nd water filled glass ,and pour it into the 2nd empty glass …its arranged as asked …

  16. arghya says:

    Take the 2nd filled up glass and pour the water to the 2nd empty glass.
    Puzzle solved. :)

  17. pranav aggaarwal says:

    pouring out all water of second glass in 5 glass

  18. zuber ahmed says:

    Its very simple!!!! just take the second filled glass from the left side and empty its water in the second empty glass from the right side.

  19. Take the Second glass from the left and pour its half water into the second glass from the right….in that way it can be done….

  20. juhi says:

    by taking the 2nd glass n pouring it in the 2nd last glass

  21. sravs says:

    by pouring the water from 2nd glass into 5th glass….

  22. easy says:

    Take the middle of the full glasses and poor it into the middle of the empty glasses.

    This way you \"create\" an empty glass in between the full glasses and you fill up an
    empty glass in between the empty glasses. You only need to touch the middle full
    glass to do this.

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