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Friday, February 22, 2008

A Fruity Problem

Professor Egghead's nephew spent a summer working as a stockboy for a large grocery store. It was a rather unusual grocery store, however, and they had a very strange way of arranging the fruit in the fresh produce area.

In one group you would find any of the following fruits:
apple, banana, grape, and orange.

In a different area you would find fruits like:
mango, nectarine, peach, and pear.

One day a new crate of fruit arrived and the young man wasn't sure where to put it. Where would you put a crate labeled strawberry?


Anonymous said...

god this is wierd but anyway....
you could put the strawberries anywhere!!!

Holly said...

The second group.. sorted alphabetically by the first letter of the fruits name? Presumably half and half.. A-L and M-Z?

The only thing I can think of!