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i need to solve with no words...a man, fox, goose, and corn are on one side of the river with only a boat for crossing. the goal is to transfer man, fox, goose, corn across the river using the boat which will carry the man and only one other thing. the fox and goose can't be left alone on either side nor can the goose and corn. how can this be accomplished with no words.

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