Never judge a book by its cover. Alternatively, never judge a problem’s difficulty until you try solving it. The ‘three hats’ logic problem might look simple at first glance, but only 36 percent of people actually managed to solve it. The problem is as follows:
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“There are three hats, each with an accompanying statement.
Hat One: The cat is in this hat.
Hat Two: The cat is not in this hat.
Hat Three: The cat is not in Hat One.
Exactly one of the statements is true. Exactly one hat contains a cat. Which hat contains the cat?”
If you would want to see the answer (and how the problem can be solved), check out Prevention’s full piece on the problem here.
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