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Simple  but tricky it is just for brave and genius people to answer., how genius is you...!!!

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Certainly, Let's break down the scenario:


You started with 6 eggs.

You broke 2 eggs, so you have 6-2 = 4 eggs remaining.

You fried 2 eggs, but this does not affect the total count, as you are still using the same 4 eggs that were remaining.

You ate 2 eggs, so from the remaining 4 eggs, you now have 4-2 = 2 eggs left.

Therefore, after breaking, frying, and eating, you have 2 eggs left.



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Wawoooo,  bt it's wrong answer please, thanks for your trail.  Indeed it's for genius 
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You have 6 eggs, you broke two, you fried two and you ate two so how many are left?, you have 4 eggs left, because the same two eggs you broke, you fired and eat.
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You have 6 eggs, out of which you broke two, fride the same two and ate the same two, so in this way you are left with 6 - 2=4 eggs.
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Waaa it's wrong answer please try to analyse the question. Just small trick in it
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This is a tricky question.

Firstly you broke 2 eggs, then transform these broken ones into friend eggs. Subsequently, you consume these fried eggs. So, here is my guess:

  • You broke 2 eggs
  • You fried these 2 broken eggs.
  • You ate these 2 fried eggs. 
  • 6-2=4


4 eggs remaining. 

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No it's wrong answer my dia analyse the question and identify the trick in it
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2(Two) is the answer

As two eggs broke and assuming you ate the two eggs that were fried, we get that only two eggs are left.
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I told you it is a tricky question. Good trail  bt that's not the correct answer...
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Answer is four

I am vegetarian, so I didn't know (kinda forgot) that eggs can be broken to eat. hence, answer is four 
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As many are assuming but  it is wrong answer to that scenario think twice about it 
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Total eggs = 6


Scenario 1
Here we are assuming the person broke the two eggs, fried the same broken eggs and ate the same fried eggs. 

So, let's start by breaking the question into pieces.

Initially, the person broke two eggs which means 6-2=4
After breaking those eggs the broken eggs are fried and after frying those eggs the person ate those eggs.

So in total the eggs that are still present and intact are 4.

Scenario 2
Now, there can also be other scenario where all the eggs are different where the person broke two, fried other two eggs and ate other two eggs.

So in these case there is no intact egg present in the last.
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Good explanation but it's not the correct answer. Just use your  brain very well and analyse the  trick in that question.
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Is the answer 6 itself?

Because the question is in present tense.
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Wonderful the answer is  6 because of the tense used (present tense) and yet event is in past tense " I have " instead " I had"... congs.
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Although the riddle presents an interesting scenario, there are actually two possible interpretations, leading to different answers:

Interpretation 1: Actions occur sequentially:

Start with 6 eggs.

Break 2 eggs, leaving 6 - 2 = 4 eggs.

Fry 2 eggs, leaving 4 - 2 = 2 eggs.

Eat 2 eggs, leaving 2 - 2 = 0 eggs remaining.

Interpretation 2: Actions occur independently:

Initially, 2 eggs are broken, not necessarily affecting the other 4 eggs.

Similarly, 2 eggs are fried, separate from the remaining 4 eggs.

Finally, 2 eggs are eaten, not linked to the previous actions.

In this interpretation, even though 2 eggs were broken and 2 were fried, there are still 4 eggs remaining (6 initial eggs - 2 eaten eggs).

Therefore, the answer depends on the intended meaning of the riddle. If the actions occurred sequentially, then you have 0 eggs left. If the actions happened independently, then you hav

e 4 eggs left.
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The trick is tense  used in the sentence was present tense, so the answer is  6. If it was past then the answer could be  2
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Having started with six eggs, breaking, frying, and eating two each, none are left. The cumulative actions fully utilized the initial quantity, resulting in no eggs remaining.
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You have 4 eggs left and have 2 in your tummy :)  . Basically , You broke the 2 eggs , and you cooked those two and then you ate them . The same two eggs and you still have the other four left .  

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