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20october

Ball Problem

A billiard ball is struck without side so that it strikes all four cushions and returns to its starting position. In what direction is it struck, and how far does it travel

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19october

Sum Problem

If EELS + MARK + BEST + WARY = EASY
What does HELP + BARK + WARD + LEAD equal?

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18october

Sequence Problem

Here's another one of my favorites. Look at this sequence of letters and then tell us what the last letter should be.
O T T F F S S ?

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13october

Problem

What belongs to you but others use it more than you do?


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12october

Chimney Problem

What can go up a chimney down, but cant go down a chimney up?

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11october

Age Problem

It walks on 4 when its young, walks on 2 when its older, and walks on 3 when its very old?

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8october2010

Sum Problem

If EELS + MARK + BEST + WARY = EASY
What does HELP + BARK + WARD + LEAD equal?

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7october2010

Truth-Lie Problem

Four children had a race. At the end of the race
four statements were made:

Robert: I didn't come in first or last
David: I didn't come in last
Melissa: I was first
Bailey: I was last
You know that one, and only one, of the children
didn't tell the truth. Who won the race?

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6october2010


Costume Problem

There were three women in all swimming costumes!
One was happy and the other two were sad!
The happy one was crying and the sad ones were smiling.
Why was this?

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5october2010

Anagram Problem

Which Day of the week has anagram ??

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4october2010


Elevator Problem

A woman lives in a skyscraper thirty-six floors high and served by several elevators which stop at each floor going up and down. Each morning she leaves her apartment and goes to one of the elevators. Whichever one she takes is three times more likely to be going up than down. Why ?

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1october2010


Number Problem

A teacher thinks of two consecutive numbers between 1 and 10. The first student knows one number and the second student knows the second number. The following exchange takes place:
First: I do not know your number.
Second: Neither do I know your number.
First: Now I know.
What are the 4 solutions of this easy number puzzle?

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