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man gave one son 10 cents and another son was given 15 cents. What time is it?

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man gave one son 10 cents and another son was given 15 cents. What time is it?

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it means quarter to two

ReplyDelete1:45

HOW WE WILL GET THAT

DeleteNow that is darn good. Good for you!!!!!!!!

DeleteYou're smart if you actually figured that out. Nice job

Delete1:45

ReplyDeletereally nice

how 1:45 ? ? ? ? ? ?? ?? ?

ReplyDeleteThere is a link

DeleteFor Solution : Click Here

click on that link

10:15

DeleteHI!!!!!

DeleteI clicked and nothing happened! !!?????????

the exact time that you read the question?

DeleteThen y not quarter past,2:25

ReplyDeleteummm.Quarter past 2 is 2:15.

DeleteYeah.

Deletelol do ur maths

DeleteDuh:P

Because it's a quarter TO two.

Deleteone quarter to two people

ReplyDeleteit is 10:15 or 3:10 or 2:50

ReplyDeleteIt's a quarter to two like: 1:45

DeleteI don't get your answers - 10:15, 3:10, and 2:50. ?????????????????????????????????

Delete10:15 because one person was given 10 cents and one person was given 15 cents

Delete10:15

It's time for a more giving father. :/

ReplyDeleteahahahaha

Deletehehehe

Delete10:15

ReplyDeletedont get it?

ReplyDeleteThat's good! Even though i'm not American i have to admit!

ReplyDeletequarter past ten

ReplyDeleteWHAT!???

ReplyDeleteHow is it 1 45

ReplyDeleteBecause in total the man gave 25 cents which is a quarter and he gave money to 2 people which means 1:45 and if you dont understand that than click on soulution

DeleteIf you're not American then it could also be 13:35, aka 1:35pm aka 25 to 2.

ReplyDelete;-)

It's whatever time you read the riddle... Lot of stupidity in here...

ReplyDeleteOf course it is 3:25 or 2:45

ReplyDeleteIt is 11:07pm :)

ReplyDeleteThis riddle seriously needs to be rephrased.

ReplyDeleteLunch time

ReplyDeleteIts time to get a job! Lol

ReplyDeleteand a watch

Deleteit is 9:45

ReplyDeletequarter to two

ReplyDelete1:45

It cant be....cause two people didnt get a quarter.

DeleteBut it is....read the answer

DeleteBUT ITS NOT A QUARTER

ReplyDeleteits time for the father to get a job

ReplyDeleteThats easy its 1:45!DUH

ReplyDeleteObviously it's time to give the third son 20 cents xD

ReplyDelete1:45

ReplyDeletethe time it is right now soo it would be 8:23

ReplyDeleteTime to buy a new watch?

ReplyDeleteShouldn't it be. One son gets 1dl and 50cents and the other son gets 25 cents. THEN the answer is 1:45pm or a quarter to 2pm!

ReplyDeleteIt is allowance time suckers

ReplyDelete10:15

ReplyDeleteTime to get allowence

ReplyDeletethe 1800s. when else were you able to buy anything for that amount of money

ReplyDeletehow is it what ever time u lot think it is?! :)

ReplyDeletethey are so poor !

ReplyDelete1:45

ReplyDeleteHow can this really be 1:45? Yes, 10 cents plus 15 cents equals 25 ... but that is NOT a quarter, and there is no relation to a dollar (where 25 cents would be a quarter of a dollar) ... therefore, I think the answer can only be 1:35 (25minutes to 2). Yes/No?

ReplyDeleteNo It's not 1:45 that first bit of the riddle was just to confuse you. What really matters it thequestion,which asked, 'what's the time?'. So the answer would what the time is you were asked the question. It was asking you for the time, nothing more nothing less, the first bit was just to make you think differently as to if it'll just ask 'what time is it?'. So the first part doesn't matter at all.

ReplyDeleteit is... because when it says wats the time it means like whats da time. those coins form a time dat time is 1:45. It basically means what does it mean.

DeleteIt is Time for Change...*Stares off into the sunset and vanishes*

ReplyDeleteIt's Adventure Time!

ReplyDeleteits 10:15...dweebs

ReplyDeleteYeah its quarter to two i:e= 1:45.

ReplyDeletethey meant the shape of the coin u idiots

145

ReplyDeletei farted

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LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Delete9:45 or 9:55

ReplyDelete2:58 Here is my reasoning One son gets 10 cents the other 15, Break it down and the ratio is 2:3 which in terms of words is 2 to 3 or maybe someone put that up just to fuck with us who knows....

ReplyDeleteyour ansers r dum it is 3:10 da and im 11 years old

ReplyDeleteIts not 3:10. it is 1:45. Why don't u check the answer before going around telling people that they are dumb.

DeleteI am 10 years old and I think its 10:15.

ReplyDeleteI don't know the answer but that's what I think it would be

Its time to give me my share

ReplyDelete10:15 because clock is man, first son is hour hand, hour hand gets 10 cents (10), second son is minute hand. Minute hand gets 15 cents (15)

ReplyDelete1:45

ReplyDeleteClever word play but in reality- its not practical since it could be any time.

ReplyDeleteBut for puzzel purposes- cute

The solution says: '...he gave a quarter to two'. That in English doesn't translate to '...he gave at a quarter to two'! This is so stupid, whatever anybody says.

ReplyDelete-AO

The answer is-it's time for the boys to get a new dad. This one is too cheap. What does he expect his boys to buy with 10 or 15 cents?

ReplyDeleteit's time to get some candy .. :P

ReplyDeleteA quarter to two - very clever :)

ReplyDelete2:05

ReplyDeleteits MIDNIGHT. They're twins, one born before midnight is the elder so gets 15 c, the other younger born after midnight gets only 10 c.

ReplyDeletethe question says man gave one son 10 cents and another son was given 15 cents. so wen it is asked What time is it.. it implies 15 is how many times 10.. so ans should be 3/2 mostly..

ReplyDeleteTIME FOR MONEY

ReplyDeleteThe way i understand it is... He gave a quarter of a dollar to two sons. So he gave a quarter to two. which is 13:45 or 1:45.

ReplyDeleteQuarter of an hour is 15' but quarter of a $ is 25c. But the way it is said gives the answer quarter to two.

1:45 I cheated and read answer first but I get the second part15 = quarter in time quarter before 2:00

ReplyDeleteIt's war time !

ReplyDeleteBad time

DeleteThe man did not give a "quarter" to anyone nor is there a quarter here. He gave $0.10 to one son and $0.15 to the other.

ReplyDeleteThat's $0.25 to 2, or if you prefer :25 to 2:00 or 1:35.

Im gay:)

ReplyDeleteWow

DeleteTime to get a new watch derrr

ReplyDelete5:49 PM

ReplyDelete3:21 pm

Deletei don't get it??????????????

ReplyDeleterwjoa

ReplyDeleteok this is not good..........

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