Once again it's time to Crack the Code and open the lock. In this Crack the Code 3-digit puzzle, you are given 3 digits. Corresponding to these 3 digits, some hints are given regarding the correctness of these digits. Your challenge is to decode the correct 3-digit code from these given hints and then open the lock. So are you ready to crack the code and open the lock?

 Can you crack the Code and Open the Lock?

The answer to this "Crack the Code Puzzle", can be viewed by clicking the button. Please do give your best try before looking at the answer.

Unknown said...

Rajesh Kumar said...

yes, you cracked the code :).

The big Island MAJULI said...

164

Unknown said...

387 are all wrong

_ 6 _ One number is correct and well placed
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2 _ 6
4 _ 1

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2 _ _One number is correct but wrongly placed
4 _ 1

Since we already have a correct number for column 2 and row 3 states that it is a right number but in the wrong position then we can put number 2 in column 3

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4 _ 1 Two numbers are correct but wrongly placed.  Okay this will debunk my previous answer (_ 6 2) because basically the last row states that both 4 and 1 are the right number and remember that row 3 states that “”One number is correct but wrongly placed. Remember I just blanked out the numbers that we’ve already used but it doesn’t mean that it’s not there. Meaning the statement for row 3 is “Number 6 is correct but wrongly placed” and since number 1’s statement is certain we can just ignore row 3.

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4 _ 1 Two numbers are correct but wrongly placed.

Again if they are both in the wrong place and there only spaced left and row 1 is certain for the position of number 6 then what we can do is just flip 4 _ 1 then place it in the remaining columns thus

Rajesh Kumar said...

Thanks for explaining the answer to this crack the code puzzle in details.

Unknown said...

1= 315
2= 325
3= 538
4= 448
Then
6= ?

Unknown said...

718

Piyush said...

164

Unknown said...

042

Samira Gupta said...

Yes! I cracked this one too... 164ðŸ˜Š

Rajesh Kumar said...

It will be interesting to know the logical reasoning hidden in this puzzle.

Rajesh Kumar said...

Unknown said...

Yes it is 164.

Unknown said...

im sooooo not trying to cheat on a school sheet

Unknown said...

164

Unknown said...

How do u know that plzz tell

Unknown said...

I cracked the code so fast!

Unknown said...

164

Unknown said...

It's 164

Unknown said...

164

Unknown said...

The answer is 164, but how do you know it's 164??? I bet all of you just clicked view answer and then look at the the answer and typed it.

How in the world did you know it's 164?? Please explain

Rajesh Kumar said...

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

The 'nothing is correct' rules out the 3 and 8 from the previous statement, leaving only the 6. So now we know 6 is definitely the middle number. It also rules out the 7 in the next statement and since we already know 6 is the correct number, we can eliminate the 2 from that line as well. The 3rd line can technically be ignored altogether as its not even needed for this particular puzzle. By establishing 6 in the middle the last step states 2 numbers in the wrong order, so swich the 4 and 1 and you end up with 164.

Unknown said...

Anonymous said...

164

Susan said...

I found the answer (164) quickly! Awesome puzzle!

Unknown said...

164

Unknown said...

261

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layla said...

this is so nice.

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