# Can You Crack The Code 2 9 1 | ANSWER

Can you crack the code from the below given clues in the image ?

2 9 1 - One number is correct and well placed.

2 4 5 - One number is correct but wrong place.

4 6 3 - Two numbers are correct but wrong places.

5 7 8 - Nothing is correct.

5 6 9 - One number is correct but wrong place.

394 is the answer.

If you take the second statement, 2 is incorrect from the first statement and 5 is incorrect from the fourth statement. Hence 4 is correct, but not on the second place. From the third statement, 4 is not on the first place. Hence 4 is on the third place.

From the fifth statement either 6 or 9 is correct. But combining it with the third statement, 6 is incorrect. Hence along with the first statement, 9 is correct and on the second place.

From the third statement, 3 is correct and on the remaining first place.

__Crack the code__2 9 1 - One number is correct and well placed.

2 4 5 - One number is correct but wrong place.

4 6 3 - Two numbers are correct but wrong places.

5 7 8 - Nothing is correct.

5 6 9 - One number is correct but wrong place.

__ANSWER__

394 is the answer.

__Explanation__If you take the second statement, 2 is incorrect from the first statement and 5 is incorrect from the fourth statement. Hence 4 is correct, but not on the second place. From the third statement, 4 is not on the first place. Hence 4 is on the third place.

From the fifth statement either 6 or 9 is correct. But combining it with the third statement, 6 is incorrect. Hence along with the first statement, 9 is correct and on the second place.

From the third statement, 3 is correct and on the remaining first place.

What 641 ???

ReplyDeleteThis also correct one

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Delete641 is incorrect. Bcoz it's not satisfying the 2nd statement.

DeleteWhat 641 ???

ReplyDeleteThis also correct one

694

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ReplyDeleteNo it contradicts the last statement it would mean more than one number was correct

Delete394 is the only correct option.

ReplyDelete394 correct?

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ReplyDelete641

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ReplyDeleteExplanation:

DeleteStep 1: Assume 9 is correct number

Step 2: Assume 4 is correct number but wrong placed.

(why not 2? If 2 was correct and well placed then they would have mentioned 2 numbers correct. Moreover in Step1, 2 is not well placed.

Why not 5? Step 4 says nothing is correct. So 5 is incorrect number)

Step3: we assumed 9 is correct number and well placed in Step1, so swap 3 and 4.

Result :3 9 4

Step4: nothg is correct

Step5: As we assumed 9 is the correct number but wrong placed.

So

Answer is 394

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