# How a hen, a fox and some corn can cross a river?

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A man has to take a hen, a fox, and some corn across a river. He can only take one thing across at a time. Unless the man is present the fox will eat the hen and the hen eat the corn. How is it done?

posted Mar 6, 2014

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First man will carry Hen with him and come back to take the Corn with him, and after that he will come back with the Hen and then he will carry the Fox with him and after that he will come back to carry Hen.

Take the fox and the corn and come back for the hen

he can take only one thing at a time

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