You have two boxes full of pills.
- Box A contains pills of type "A"
- Box B contains pills of type "B"
Both Box A and Box B have equal number of "A" pills and "B" pills respectively.
The "A" pills and the "B" pills are physically identical and one cannot differentiate between them.
You are supposed to take one "A" pill and one "B" pill everyday exactly .
Any other combination ( AA, BB or just A or just B) will have disastrous side effects.
One day, you take one pill from Box A in your hand, and accidentally 2 "B" pills falls on your hand. (So your hand has the pills A, B,B ) and these are indistinguishable from each other.
How will you avoid any disastrous side effects ?
PS :- Found this on Outlook (the magazine) this month. :-)