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### 31march

Find Numbers Problem

Find three whole, positive numbers that have the same answer when multiplied together as when added together.

### 30march

Fishing Problem

Two fathers and two sons went for fishing. Each of them caught a fish, and none of them caught the same fish. However, they caught a total of only three fish. How is this possible?

### 29march

Series Problem

1, 2, 5, 14, 41, x
Whats x ??

### 28march

Horse Race Problem

Ok, so there are 25 horses and the race track only allows 5 horses to race at a given time. Given that there is no stop watch available your task is to determine the fastest 3 horses. Assume that each horses speed is constant in different races, what is the minimum number of races to determine the fastest 3?

### 25march

Weighing Problem

There are 9 similar balls. Eight of them weigh the same and the ninth is a bit heavier.
How would you identify the heavier ball if you could use a two-pan balance scale only twice?

### 24march

Desert Gold Problem

Two men found a whole bag of sand gold (its not solid) treasure in the desert. Time came when they had to split thier ways and devide this whole bag. However, they dont have any kind of measuring equipment/tool. Nothing. Just 2 bags. (of course, one is full with sand gold)
How can they split it fairly so both parties agree on it and are happy about the split.

### 23march

A Remainder is chasing me Problem

I just found a number with an interesting property:
When I divide it by 2, the remainder is 1.
When I divide it by 3, the remainder is 2.
When I divide it by 4, the remainder is 3.
When I divide it by 5, the remainder is 4.
When I divide it by 6, the remainder is 5.
When I divide it by 7, the remainder is 6.
When I divide it by 8, the remainder is 7.
When I divide it by 9, the remainder is 8.
When I divide it by 10, the remainder is 9.
It's not a small number, but it's not really big, either. When I looked for a smaller number with this property I couldn't find one.
Can you find it?

### 22march

Hourglass Problem

Having 2 sandglasses: one 7-minute and the second one 4-minute, how can you correctly time 9 minutes?

### 21march

Typist Problem

If two typists can type two pages in two minutes, how many typists does it take to type 18 pages in 18 minutes

### 18march

A Riddle Problem

What is one thing that all wise men, regardless of their religion or politics, agree is between heaven and earth

### 17march

Problem

Lee's parents have five children, the names of the first four are La, Le, Li, and Lo.
What's the name of the fifth child?

### 16march

An interesting paragraph Problem

Study this paragraph and all things in it. What is vitally wrong with it? Actually, nothing in it is wrong, but you must admit that it is most unusual. Don't just zip through it quickly, but study it scrupulously. With luck you should spot what is so particular about it and all words found in it. Can you say what it is? Tax your brains and try again. Don't miss a word or a symbol. It isn't all that difficult?

### 15march

Barbershop Problem

A traveller arrives in a small town and decides he wants to get a haircut. There are only two barbershops in town - one on East Street and one on West Street. The East Street barbershop is a mess, and the barber has the worst haircut the traveller has ever seen. The West Street barbershop is neat and clean, its barber's hair looks as good as a movie star's.
Which barbershop does the traveller go to for his haircut, and why?

### 14march

Riddle Problem

The part of the bird
that is not in the sky,
which can swim in the ocean
and always stay dry.

### 11march

Game Show Problem(Old One)

You are on a game show and there are three doors. The presenter tells you that behind one of doors there is a car and behind the other two are goats, if you pick the car you win it. After you have picked a door the presenter opens a different door with a goat behind it, he then gives you the chance to change what door you open, what should you do?

### 10march

#### What is the spead of train Problem

In a Tunnel 1 KM long. Two friends are standing at 600m inside the Tunnel (i.e. 600m from 1 side and 400m from other).Suddenly they heard the whistle of a train.Both started to run on opposite direction at spead of 10 KM/Hr.Both of them just survived.
What is the speed of train?

### 9march

Magic Belt Problem

A magic wish-granting rectangular belt always shrinks to 1/2 its length and 1/3 its width whenever its owner makes a wish. After three wishes, the surface area of the belt's front side was 4 cm2.
What was the original length, if the original width was 9 cm?

### 8march

Riddle Problem

What goes up and down but doesn't move?

### 7march

Get Gold Coin Problem

Imagine there are 3 coins on the table: gold, silver, and copper. If you make a truthful statement, you will get one coin. If you make a false statement, you will get nothing.
What sentence can guarantee you getting the gold coin?

### 4march

Dare to guess what day it is Problem

In one small town, there is a liar who lies on six days of the week. But on the seventh day he always tells the truth. He made the following statements on three successive days:
Day 1: 'I lie on Monday and Tuesday.'
Day 2: 'Today, it's Thursday, Saturday, or Sunday.'
Day 3: 'I lie on Wednesday and Friday.'
What day does the guy tell the truth?

### 3march

Split the Booty Problem

A pirate crew at the end of the day split the booty. The first pirate got 100 gold pieces, and 1/6 of the remaining booty. The second one got 200 gold pieces, and 1/6 of the remaining booty. The third one got 300 gold pieces, and 1/6 of the remaining booty. Ect. The last one only got, what if left from the booty.
At the end, every pirate had the same ammount of gold pieces (from the booty).
How many pirates were there, and how much was the booty.

### 2march

WalK The River Problem

A whole village crowded together at the edge of the lake, they all came for a common purpose.
To see the man who could walk on water.
Many bets were placed, many a dreamer imagined striking it rich on the enourmous sums of money they would win.
The man then took this legendary step from the edge of the bridge onto the water.
He used no artificial tools.
He only had him and the clothes on his back.
Yet he stayed above the surface of the water and could walk around without a thought.

How did he do it??

### 1march

Riddle Problem

I am an insect. The beginning of my name is another insect's name. What am i?