GUARDS AND PRISONERS

Author: Anonymous

Riddle: There are three guards and three prisoners who need to cross a river. Their boat only holds two people at a time, and the number of prisoners must NEVER be allowed to outnumber the number of guards on either side of the river; otherwise, the prisoners will overpower the guards and, well, the story will come to an abrupt end. List each of the trips that need to be made and who is in the boat, and who is on each of the riverbanks during each trip. How many trips it will take to safely transport all of the guards and prisoners across the river?
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Riddle: There are three guards and three prisoners who need to cross a river. Their boat only holds two people at a time, and the number of prisoners must NEVER be allowed to outnumber the number of guards on either side of the river; otherwise, the prisoners will overpower the guards and, well, the story will come to an abrupt end. List each of the trips that need to be made and who is in the boat, and who is on each of the riverbanks during each trip.  How many trips it will take to safely transport all of the guards and prisoners across the river?  Answer: Saving someone can tell me a way that 2 prisoners, at some point, don't outnumber the guards whether they are just dropping off and still in the boat or actually on land (because even if they are just dropping off and remain in the boat they are still on the other side of the river) I conclude this to be impossible. Please let me know an alternative if you figure one out because I'm stumped.   thanks
GUARDS AND PRISONERS riddle (with answer) meme .


Riddle: There are three guards and three prisoners who need to cross a river. Their boat only holds two people at a time, and the number of prisoners must NEVER be allowed to outnumber the number of guards on either side of the river; otherwise, the prisoners will overpower the guards and, well, the story will come to an abrupt end. List each of the trips that need to be made and who is in the boat, and who is on each of the riverbanks during each trip.  How many trips it will take to safely transport all of the guards and prisoners across the river?  Answer: Saving someone can tell me a way that 2 prisoners, at some point, don't outnumber the guards whether they are just dropping off and still in the boat or actually on land (because even if they are just dropping off and remain in the boat they are still on the other side of the river) I conclude this to be impossible. Please let me know an alternative if you figure one out because I'm stumped.   thanks
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