Place 6 glasses of water in a row.

Fill the 3 glasses on the left with water

The 3 glasses on the right remain empty

By touching just 1 glass, change the sequence of glasses from 3 full and 3 empty to alternate between full and empty, so that glasses 1,3 and 5 are full and glasses 2, 4 and 6 are empty.

Remember, you cannot touch more than 1 glass!I agree with melbel lol.. wouldve taken me 2 weeks to figure that !

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