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Rack Your Brains And Recall Physics Lessons To Solve This Logical Puzzle: Which Glass Has More Water?

Date November 12, 2018 12:24

Let's be honest: very few people were interested in physics at school. For most it was a real punishment, because without understanding, cramming all these confusing formulas and laws was not very ineffective. But as you grow older, you begin to realize that this science is literally everywhere!

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What makes a car drive and a plane fly? Where does the puddle on the pavement go? Why is there current in a socket? How does a light work? How does your smartphone access the internet? There is no end to such questions because physics is a science about the natural phenomena of the universe.

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Logical puzzle

We offer you to check your knowledge of physics in solving this logical problem.

There are four glasses, each containing an object and water. Question: which glass has more water? (Don’t scroll down unless you are ready with your answer.)

Rack Your Brains And Recall Physics Lessons To Solve This Logical Puzzle: Which Glass Has More Water?

You can think out loud, sharing your thinking process with your partner.

Did you have this glass?

Rack Your Brains And Recall Physics Lessons To Solve This Logical Puzzle: Which Glass Has More Water?

Every object takes up a certain volume in a glass. The clip is the smallest of them, which is why it occupies the least volume. So, glass B has more water than others.

Observing everyday life will allow you to refresh your knowledge of physics, and even improve it. If you have children, you can always try to answer their ‘whys’ about the surrounding world. About the seasons, rainbow, snow or rain, or even a passing train.

What grade did you have in physics?

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