Brain Teasers and Logic Puzzles

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Test your IQ in this category filled with brain teasers, puzzles and riddles.


Bro, DOOR-HINGE. Door-hinge rhymes with Orange.
... well that's stupid whos chiken would lay half an egg! i think the answer is 15 One and a half farmers owning one and a half chickens - is the same as one farmer to one chicken. We can forget about farmers and just focus on chickens. One and a half eggs in one and a half days is the same as two...
To distinguish iron from other metals.
Chemicals in certain objects can reflect certain values of visible light.
Just one. The numbers are obtained from the names by adding up the values of letters that are used in Roman numerals. For example, London has D and L, which are 500 and 50, respectively.
I looked this up and found out he was on house arrest for 3.5 years at Ft. Benning, GA and was freed in 1974. There is now a face book page for him.
If one jumps in, two are left sitting by the pool. If one jumps in, there are still three frogs in the pool area.
Waiting at a stop light. I heard it on 101.9 for Uncle Kracker Tickets:)
When the year number (1961, and 6009) are flipped upside-down, it reads the same.
You could have 16 rows of 1 table each; or from another direction that would be 1 row of 16 tables. Or 2 rows of 8 tables each; or from another direction that would be 8 rows of two tables each. Or 4 rows of 4 tables each; which would be the same from each direction.
terrorism, tourism, train spotting
The year 1961 inverted and read backwards is 1961. This will happen again in the year 6009.
About 81 little ones, (9 major ones)\n. \n\nIf one were not considering the major and minor squares, but the number of squares that could be drawn on a sudoku grid, then the answer is quite a bit more than 81.\n. \n. \nThere are 81 1x1 squares\nThere are 64 2x2 squares (draw the first one in the top...
18 Add to previous number by 1 then 2 then 3 then 4 and 5 3+1=4 4+2=6 6+3=9 9+4=13 so then 13+5=18
He wanted to see them rise.
It's really simple, just type In "horse"
This is how four is the magic number. See if you can figure out the pattern: 82 is to 9, and 9 is to 4. Or... 6 is to 3, and 3 is to 4. Or... 71 is to 10, and 10 is to 3, and 3 is to 4. Catching on? Here's a hint: count the number of letters when you spell out the numbers. E-i-g-h-t-y t-w-o is 9...
You play suduko... as easy as look at a square and add a 1 in randomly . then you have to add all 1s continue from there
The only difference between here and there is about locality. Hereis close to you. There is farther away from you. Or the "T" "t"herehere.
An almond does not have a lot of fat inside of it. I like to research almonds. It is not very boring. Almonds do not have a lot of fat. I'd say like 1 gram. Maybe even a little less then that.
UNESCO was founded in 1945 and became an agency of the United Nations in 1946. It has 193 members and six associate members
Truthful, tidy, thoughtful, tender, tireless, tried and true.
27, 26, 37 You alternate between adding and subtracting when adding start by adding 7 and increase by 1 each step when subtracting start with 4 and decrease by one each step
It's the end of the power level scale.
Sarah's age is 30 years right now. Her youngest brother's age is 15 years.. ---. Algebraically, this results from the equations where S is Sarah's age, x her brother's age :. S=2x and S-x=15 , where substitution provides 2x-x = 15 and x = 15.
You'll never get to be that tall, no matter how much soda you drink.
Surname will be surely " Two " ... we are sure that the name is " MR.TWO " ... But full name is uncertain... as a joke we can Say him "Mr.Seventy Two"
The riddle was originally in Arabic and was then translated into English. Due to the many Arabic variations of it as well as differences that have come about due to translation, it is meaningless in English. When translated properly, it goes something like this: A 5 letter word, mentioned...
town - torn - tore - tome - tame - name
The meaning of the name Nirmal is pure.
Polynesian people who became known as the Maori.
I'm going to guess M and T, "empty", but I'm not sure if its thesame riddle I've heard before.
It's "Saterday". You just answered it yourself.
since he is a male , he cant be called she girl,, so he man ;)
The Jolly Green Giant, yo hoho!
33, 66 & 100 == ans = Sorry to be critical, but whoever is presenting this Q, I'll guess an educator, needs to change it entirely. It is terrible and if anything, as a teaching tool, it could only lead to teaching things that are categorically incorrect in many ways! To teach or imply that...
The difference between 2 and 9 is 7. The difference between 9 and 5 is 4. So 2+ 7 =9. 9- 4 =5. 5+ 8 =13. 13- 3 =10. 10+ 9 =19. 19- 2 =17. This means that the next number would be 27, as 17+ 10 =27. Notice the pattern?
28 days in a lunar month
These sun-dried bricks were called adobe bricks.
6 . 123 . 234 . 345 . 456 . 567 . 678 . 789 . I assume this is what you meant.. Thanks, but I need all numbers such as 245, 246, 247, 345, 346, 347, 125,137,etc...any number with 3 increasing digits.. 84 . There are 84 numbers that meet the criterion.. 123, 124, 125, ..., 178, 179, 189 = 28....
It is used to avoid common problems that occur in the absence of using the scientific method.
It depends how many sons and daughters the man has. If it is 4 daughters and 4 sons, then that's 2 daughters for every 4 sons. The answer is 16 sons and daughters in the family [other possibilities] ! By the way I'm pretty smart for an 11 year old! lol OKAY YOU HAVE SOME OF THIS WRONG GIRL/BOY IT...
age is not a factor...but "normal" is considered right around 100
em emir empire ere I imp ire me mere mi mire moire mop mope moper mopier more mr om op ope or ore pee peer per perm pi pie pier poem poi pore prim prime pro prom re rem rep rim rime rip ripe roe romp rope
That is somehow possible i.e Scandinavians have traditionallycooked bark bread" with a flour made out of the softer layers ofpine bark
Fruit, Seeds, Leaves, Bark, Bugs, Vegetation, Bananas
You try to fill each 3x3 box, row, and column with numbers 1-9 without repeating.
4! - 4/4. 4! ("factorial 4") = 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 24
\nYou have the name of the country China.
Finding Ways That wont work?
If the numbers are written with commas to separate them we have:. 10.8, 5, 8, 9.33, 8, 5.67. The most rudimentary pattern seems to be the repetition of the number 8, which occurs every second number, save after the first. By placing 8 after the first number we have established a simple pattern:. 10...
Opening Bids starting with a T is known as a Tender
Generally, the most popular opening move is pawn to e4. (i.e. The pawn in front of the king moves two spaces ahead.) This gives white control of the center and allows him to develop the king's bishop and queen. Indeed pawn to k4 is probably the most common first move, followed by pawn to q4....
Tazmanian Devil Tweety bird Tiger of (Winnie the Pooh) (that's all I can think as of now)
Nothing ,if it is made of mirrors there would be no light to reflect !
Step 1. Take the goat, leaving the wolf with the unappetising cabbage. Step 2. Row back. Step 3. Take the wolf. Step 4. Row back with the goat. Leaving the wolf alone. Step 5. Leave the goat and pick up the cabbage. Step 6. Leave the cabbage with the wolf and row back. Step 7. Pick up...
Symbols it is much easier for scientist to search and name them they also come off the elements Latin name.
A name is used for identification purposes - otherwise we would all be known as it or who.
the tiles are RECTANGLES and the sign says dont step on any SQUARES!!!so u can just walk across the room without stopping!!!!!!!!
150 workers-- n days-- 'x' amount of work is done by 150 workers in 'n' days 1 worker-- 1 day-- 'x/(150n)' amount of work done by 1 worker in 1 day Let's calculate the amount of work done by the reducing number of workers in n+8 days: Work on first day= Number of workers on first day *...
The 2 coins are a nickel and a quarter with the quarter being the coin that IS NOT a nickel.
It is technically possible, but hard to do. It also depends on the difficulty - e.g, if it is an easy Sudoku, many of the boxes may already be filled, making it very unlikely, or often impossible.