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August 22, 2016, 05:52:21 PM
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How do you know bullet 2 hit first ? I'm not convinced. If it was a stub nose or hallow tip you wouldn't know, the whole window would shatter. I think there will be more cracks then that. Most windows are shatter proof so they shatter like small spider webs all around the window. Either that or it shatters completely. That is why when someone breaks into a car you can't use a bat you need something with a small tip. Small tips with a lot of force behind it will shatter a shatter proof window. Without shatter proof the whole thing would just shatter from anything no matter wide or narrow. So a bat would shatter the whole window.

Also recoil climbs and goes side ways. Bullet number 1 looks like it would hot first then the recoils starts to climb. Bullets never ever go top to bottom .

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August 23, 2016, 09:06:53 PM
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How do you know bullet 2 hit first ? I'm not convinced. If it was a stub nose or hallow tip you wouldn't know, the whole window would shatter. I think there will be more cracks then that. Most windows are shatter proof so they shatter like small spider webs all around the window. Either that or it shatters completely. That is why when someone breaks into a car you can't use a bat you need something with a small tip. Small tips with a lot of force behind it will shatter a shatter proof window. Without shatter proof the whole thing would just shatter from anything no matter wide or narrow. So a bat would shatter the whole window.

Also recoil climbs and goes side ways. Bullet number 1 looks like it would hot first then the recoils starts to climb. Bullets never ever go top to bottom .

This is getting interesting, basically where i found it, answer wasn't given, but the most comments were for bullet #2. However your explanation will give this puzzle a fresh breath
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August 25, 2016, 10:19:08 AM
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How do you know bullet 2 hit first ?
Did you read my explanation? It is all to do with the way the cracks in the glass have spread. If you follow the way the cracks spread from each hole, you can see that some of the cracks are "stopped" by other cracks... Logically, this means that the crack that STOPS the 2nd crack was already there.

The best example is the one going vertically up from #3. It looks like it runs into the crack from #2 (that is running, more or less, from left to right) and stops. Logically, this would mean the crack from #2 was already there, so hole #2 was made before #3.

The same happens with the little short crack from #1, travelling to the left... it is "stopped" by the crack coming down vertically from #2. Therefore, #2 was before #1. This means it must have been the first one, because it was before both #1 and #3.

You're reading WAY too much into the puzzle with your comments about bullet types and recoil etc. Tongue

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August 25, 2016, 11:36:31 AM
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How do you know bullet 2 hit first ? I'm not convinced. If it was a stub nose or hallow tip you wouldn't know, the whole window would shatter. I think there will be more cracks then that. Most windows are shatter proof so they shatter like small spider webs all around the window. Either that or it shatters completely. That is why when someone breaks into a car you can't use a bat you need something with a small tip. Small tips with a lot of force behind it will shatter a shatter proof window. Without shatter proof the whole thing would just shatter from anything no matter wide or narrow. So a bat would shatter the whole window.

Also recoil climbs and goes side ways. Bullet number 1 looks like it would hot first then the recoils starts to climb. Bullets never ever go top to bottom .

you are overthinking all of it and you are also wrong about it all.

it is all about Fracture Mechanics.
propagation of a crack in a brittle material to be exact. in general when a crack reaches a stop (here it is another crack) it stops unless there is more force which will shatter the glass.
so when the cracks which were started from 1 or 3 reach the pre-existing cracks of source 2 they stop.

you can read more about this in fracture mechanics part of Dieter's book

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August 25, 2016, 01:08:51 PM
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How do you know bullet 2 hit first ? I'm not convinced. If it was a stub nose or hallow tip you wouldn't know, the whole window would shatter. I think there will be more cracks then that. Most windows are shatter proof so they shatter like small spider webs all around the window. Either that or it shatters completely. That is why when someone breaks into a car you can't use a bat you need something with a small tip. Small tips with a lot of force behind it will shatter a shatter proof window. Without shatter proof the whole thing would just shatter from anything no matter wide or narrow. So a bat would shatter the whole window.

Also recoil climbs and goes side ways. Bullet number 1 looks like it would hot first then the recoils starts to climb. Bullets never ever go top to bottom .

you are overthinking all of it and you are also wrong about it all.

it is all about Fracture Mechanics.
propagation of a crack in a brittle material to be exact. in general when a crack reaches a stop (here it is another crack) it stops unless there is more force which will shatter the glass.
so when the cracks which were started from 1 or 3 reach the pre-existing cracks of source 2 they stop.

you can read more about this in fracture mechanics part of Dieter's book


hahah. you nailed it. i don't where he get his conclusion. but anyway i support the #2 bullet for best answer. i already read the fracture mechanics part of Dieter's book during my college days and it is clearly see in the picture that the cracks made by bullet 1 & 3 didn't ovelap or transverse in the crack made by bullet #2. The impact didn't transfer in that part because of discontinuity of material. Smiley

I think JasonXG gonna say again that i'm rude. Cheesy peace brother, i'm just always carried away by your post. that's all

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August 26, 2016, 06:15:46 AM
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How do you know bullet 2 hit first ? I'm not convinced. If it was a stub nose or hallow tip you wouldn't know, the whole window would shatter. I think there will be more cracks then that. Most windows are shatter proof so they shatter like small spider webs all around the window. Either that or it shatters completely. That is why when someone breaks into a car you can't use a bat you need something with a small tip. Small tips with a lot of force behind it will shatter a shatter proof window. Without shatter proof the whole thing would just shatter from anything no matter wide or narrow. So a bat would shatter the whole window.

Also recoil climbs and goes side ways. Bullet number 1 looks like it would hot first then the recoils starts to climb. Bullets never ever go top to bottom .

you are overthinking all of it and you are also wrong about it all.

it is all about Fracture Mechanics.
propagation of a crack in a brittle material to be exact. in general when a crack reaches a stop (here it is another crack) it stops unless there is more force which will shatter the glass.
so when the cracks which were started from 1 or 3 reach the pre-existing cracks of source 2 they stop.

you can read more about this in fracture mechanics part of Dieter's book

Finally, there is some simple explanation of this puzzle's correct answer  Wink
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August 26, 2016, 12:49:18 PM
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How do you know bullet 2 hit first ? I'm not convinced. If it was a stub nose or hallow tip you wouldn't know, the whole window would shatter. I think there will be more cracks then that. Most windows are shatter proof so they shatter like small spider webs all around the window. Either that or it shatters completely. That is why when someone breaks into a car you can't use a bat you need something with a small tip. Small tips with a lot of force behind it will shatter a shatter proof window. Without shatter proof the whole thing would just shatter from anything no matter wide or narrow. So a bat would shatter the whole window.

Also recoil climbs and goes side ways. Bullet number 1 looks like it would hot first then the recoils starts to climb. Bullets never ever go top to bottom .

Don't be upset with the wrong answer! I liked your option and way of thinking most. I am pretty sure, that we were both playing CS and know that if you dont stop shooting bullets will go all the way to the top
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August 27, 2016, 12:06:21 AM
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How do you know bullet 2 hit first ? I'm not convinced. If it was a stub nose or hallow tip you wouldn't know, the whole window would shatter. I think there will be more cracks then that. Most windows are shatter proof so they shatter like small spider webs all around the window. Either that or it shatters completely. That is why when someone breaks into a car you can't use a bat you need something with a small tip. Small tips with a lot of force behind it will shatter a shatter proof window. Without shatter proof the whole thing would just shatter from anything no matter wide or narrow. So a bat would shatter the whole window.

Also recoil climbs and goes side ways. Bullet number 1 looks like it would hot first then the recoils starts to climb. Bullets never ever go top to bottom .

Don't be upset with the wrong answer! I liked your option and way of thinking most. I am pretty sure, that we were both playing CS and know that if you dont stop shooting bullets will go all the way to the top
That may be, but who's to say that in the example, one wasn't shooting with a non-automatic firearm? They could aim in different directions, after all.

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August 27, 2016, 03:40:10 PM
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How do you know bullet 2 hit first ? I'm not convinced. If it was a stub nose or hallow tip you wouldn't know, the whole window would shatter. I think there will be more cracks then that. Most windows are shatter proof so they shatter like small spider webs all around the window. Either that or it shatters completely. That is why when someone breaks into a car you can't use a bat you need something with a small tip. Small tips with a lot of force behind it will shatter a shatter proof window. Without shatter proof the whole thing would just shatter from anything no matter wide or narrow. So a bat would shatter the whole window.

Also recoil climbs and goes side ways. Bullet number 1 looks like it would hot first then the recoils starts to climb. Bullets never ever go top to bottom .

Don't be upset with the wrong answer! I liked your option and way of thinking most. I am pretty sure, that we were both playing CS and know that if you dont stop shooting bullets will go all the way to the top
That may be, but who's to say that in the example, one wasn't shooting with a non-automatic firearm? They could aim in different directions, after all.

There is a picture of gun on the puzzle, it is certainly one given in conditions of puzzle, pretty sure it has automatic firearm mode, mby it is come kind of clue?
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August 27, 2016, 06:50:23 PM
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How do you know bullet 2 hit first ? I'm not convinced. If it was a stub nose or hallow tip you wouldn't know, the whole window would shatter. I think there will be more cracks then that. Most windows are shatter proof so they shatter like small spider webs all around the window. Either that or it shatters completely. That is why when someone breaks into a car you can't use a bat you need something with a small tip. Small tips with a lot of force behind it will shatter a shatter proof window. Without shatter proof the whole thing would just shatter from anything no matter wide or narrow. So a bat would shatter the whole window.

Also recoil climbs and goes side ways. Bullet number 1 looks like it would hot first then the recoils starts to climb. Bullets never ever go top to bottom .

Don't be upset with the wrong answer! I liked your option and way of thinking most. I am pretty sure, that we were both playing CS and know that if you dont stop shooting bullets will go all the way to the top
That may be, but who's to say that in the example, one wasn't shooting with a non-automatic firearm? They could aim in different directions, after all.

There is a picture of gun on the puzzle, it is certainly one given in conditions of puzzle, pretty sure it has automatic firearm mode, mby it is come kind of clue?
Sure, but that's assuming that the gun in the picture is being used. It could be representative of a firearm, or it could just be a red herring. There was no real direct link between the firearm in the picture and the bullets that were shot.

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August 28, 2016, 07:17:19 AM
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There is a picture of gun on the puzzle, it is certainly one given in conditions of puzzle, pretty sure it has automatic firearm mode, mby it is come kind of clue?
But most firearms of that type are not exclusively automatic. Generally they will have a semi-automatic/single shot fire mode as well. Tongue

Like a lot of puzzles, there will always be room for interpretation unless the puzzle is relatively simple and straightforward. However, in my opinion, it would make sense to take the simplest view, unless the puzzle stipulates otherwise, to avoid unnecessarily complicating things. eg. postulating about shatter proof glass etc.

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August 29, 2016, 10:00:45 AM
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There is a picture of gun on the puzzle, it is certainly one given in conditions of puzzle, pretty sure it has automatic firearm mode, mby it is come kind of clue?
But most firearms of that type are not exclusively automatic. Generally they will have a semi-automatic/single shot fire mode as well. Tongue

Like a lot of puzzles, there will always be room for interpretation unless the puzzle is relatively simple and straightforward. However, in my opinion, it would make sense to take the simplest view, unless the puzzle stipulates otherwise, to avoid unnecessarily complicating things. eg. postulating about shatter proof glass etc.

So true, however the given puzzle should have only one correct solution, no matter whether gun was shooting auto or single mode, and seems like the shatter pattern is the main evidence here
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September 06, 2016, 12:28:15 PM
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It would definitely be bullet #2 that hit the glass first... followed by bullet #3 and last was bullet #1. The reasoning being that #2 doesn't have any cracks that are "stopped" by existing cracks, #3 only has a crack stopped by cracks from #2, and #1 has cracks that are stopped by both #2 and #3.

That was a pretty easy one compared to the maths involved with the probabilities of dying in games of Russian roulette Tongue

Hi there!

Here is the challenge to test you knowledge of physics. Imagine you are climbing mountain and see as the plane passes near by. Meanwhile in plane two guys decide to play russian roulette and one of them triggers pistol to shoot the bullet in the opposite direction to the plane's movement trajectory. The initial bullet's speed is equal to the plane's speed.

QUESTION:What will happen to the bullet in climber's point of view? Would it stay with climber or fly in any direction?
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September 06, 2016, 12:39:49 PM
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It would definitely be bullet #2 that hit the glass first... followed by bullet #3 and last was bullet #1. The reasoning being that #2 doesn't have any cracks that are "stopped" by existing cracks, #3 only has a crack stopped by cracks from #2, and #1 has cracks that are stopped by both #2 and #3.

That was a pretty easy one compared to the maths involved with the probabilities of dying in games of Russian roulette Tongue

Hi there!

Here is the challenge to test you knowledge of physics. Imagine you are climbing mountain and see as the plane passes near by. Meanwhile in plane two guys decide to play russian roulette and one of them triggers pistol to shoot the bullet in the opposite direction to the plane's movement trajectory. The initial bullet's speed is equal to the plane's speed.

QUESTION:What will happen to the bullet in climber's point of view? Would it stay with climber or fly in any direction?

if i am not mistaken it is called relative speed in English.

it means anything that is inside of a moving object has the same speed as the moving object so the speed of the bullet (Vib) is equal to speed of place (Vp). lets take that direction +
Vib = Vp

and when it is shot it gains another speed from shooting (Vfb) which is the opposite way (-) and equal to Vp again
Vfb = -Vp
so the total speed from the point of view of someone outside is:
Vtotal = Vfb + Vib = 0
meaning it will stay still from climber's POV

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September 07, 2016, 11:34:39 AM
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It would definitely be bullet #2 that hit the glass first... followed by bullet #3 and last was bullet #1. The reasoning being that #2 doesn't have any cracks that are "stopped" by existing cracks, #3 only has a crack stopped by cracks from #2, and #1 has cracks that are stopped by both #2 and #3.

That was a pretty easy one compared to the maths involved with the probabilities of dying in games of Russian roulette Tongue

Hi there!

Here is the challenge to test you knowledge of physics. Imagine you are climbing mountain and see as the plane passes near by. Meanwhile in plane two guys decide to play russian roulette and one of them triggers pistol to shoot the bullet in the opposite direction to the plane's movement trajectory. The initial bullet's speed is equal to the plane's speed.

QUESTION:What will happen to the bullet in climber's point of view? Would it stay with climber or fly in any direction?

if i am not mistaken it is called relative speed in English.

it means anything that is inside of a moving object has the same speed as the moving object so the speed of the bullet (Vib) is equal to speed of place (Vp). lets take that direction +
Vib = Vp

and when it is shot it gains another speed from shooting (Vfb) which is the opposite way (-) and equal to Vp again
Vfb = -Vp
so the total speed from the point of view of someone outside is:
Vtotal = Vfb + Vib = 0
meaning it will stay still from climber's POV

You are correct! But don't celebrate, we got some serious challenge for you.

Here is story like puzzle. In order to find out the truth you can ask any questions, and we will answer them as  "Yes", "No" or "Doesn't matter". Here we go: one guy came to the saloon and asked the bartender for a glass of water. After drinking the water he asked bartender for another glass of water. The bartender didn't give the second one, instead he pulled out the revolver and shot at the ceiling. The guy left the saloon, seemed to be satisfied.

QUESTION: What happened?
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September 08, 2016, 10:21:00 AM
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There is a picture of gun on the puzzle, it is certainly one given in conditions of puzzle, pretty sure it has automatic firearm mode, mby it is come kind of clue?
But most firearms of that type are not exclusively automatic. Generally they will have a semi-automatic/single shot fire mode as well. Tongue

Like a lot of puzzles, there will always be room for interpretation unless the puzzle is relatively simple and straightforward. However, in my opinion, it would make sense to take the simplest view, unless the puzzle stipulates otherwise, to avoid unnecessarily complicating things. eg. postulating about shatter proof glass etc.

Check out our new puzzles! I am sure the last one will be a hard nut even for you =)
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September 12, 2016, 11:45:21 AM
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I like that you have offered something different besides the regular gambling stuff. This thread is fun and I wish more websites followed your example. Besides the actual game roulette is more fun then most other sites.

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Here is story like puzzle. In order to find out the truth you can ask any questions, and we will answer them as  "Yes", "No" or "Doesn't matter". Here we go: one guy came to the saloon and asked the bartender for a glass of water. After drinking the water he asked bartender for another glass of water. The bartender didn't give the second one, instead he pulled out the revolver and shot at the ceiling. The guy left the saloon, seemed to be satisfied.

QUESTION: What happened?

this one is so hard, i have no clue and i don't even know what to ask. although i like this thing that you are doing on the forum.

can you give some clues?














 

 

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