I have six eggs.
I beak two
I fried two
I ate two
How many eggs are left ?

4 Eggs

Explanation
1 break, fried and ate the same 2 eggs. So there are remaining 4 eggs.

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3. guyz i almost said none how did i not see that coming

4. You have 4 eggs left

5. Where I come from the answer in 2. We don´t say break an egg. We say crack an egg. If you break an egg, it either fell on the ground or it broke in the grocery bag.

6. Logically thinking the answer is right but the explanation is wrong. What we know is you ate two eggs, we don't care how, which means you have two flied eggs and two broken eggs. Making it the 4 eggs remaining.

7. Logically thinking the answer is right but the explanation is wrong. What we know is you ate two eggs, we don't care how, which means you have two flied eggs and two broken eggs. Making it the 4 eggs remaining.

8. Logically thinking the answer is right but the explanation is wrong. What we know is you ate two eggs, we don't care how, which means you have two flied eggs and two broken eggs. Making it the 4 eggs remaining.

9. There is not enough information available to answer categorically. You could easily eat two of the eggs you didn't break or fry. Sure they won't taste nice but it doesn't mean it's not possible. Too many variables here that aren't being considered despite being options.

10. Four is the correct answer using two possibilities:
1- you breack 2 eggs, fry 2 other eggs and finally eat the other 2, so only the broken 2 and the fried 2 remain. Total 4
2- You break 2 eggs, fry them and eat them, so remain 4 entire eggs

11. 0 eggs left, you broke two eggs I dont know how ;-;. Then you fried two more, then you ate two raw eggs. Ew but you still did it. You used up all your eggs you have 0 left.

12. no it ani't

13. But the problem here is that there is no clear understanding if the broken, fried, and eaten eggs were the same eggs or different. To say that they were is an assumption. I could see 4 as the answer (even though they are now useless) assuming we broke the first pair, fried the second while still in the shell, and then ate the other two raw. The given solution is based totally on an assumption. And that would make an ass out of them and me if I were to accept it.

14. Wrong, you broke 2, you fried 2 and you ate the two you fried. That leaves 2 remaining.

15. The truth is egg will remain egg despite their shape or state (fried or broken) but what's eaten is consumed, doesn't exist. Making 4 the answer.