Bus Driver Problem

ok let's say you're driving a bus and it's empty. At the first stop two(2) people get on. At the second stop five(5) people get on and one(1) person exits. At the third stop six(6) people get on and four(4) people exit. How old is the bus driver?

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Pouring water Problem

Given three bowls: bowl A (8 liters capacity) filled with 5 liters of water; bowl B (5 liters capacity) filled with 3 liters of water; and bowl C (3 liters capacity) filled with 2 liters of water.
Can you measure exactly 1 liter, by transferring the water only 2 times?

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SALE ON Problem

There is a shop that reads:
Buy 1 for $1.00
10 for $2.00
100 for $3.00
I needed 913 and still only paid $3.00. How could this be financially viable for the shop-keeper?

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Sum Problem

The more you take away from it the larger it gets. What is it?

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Sequence Problem

What comes next?
4.7 12.1 13.22

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Killer Problem

The sister died on a sunday night, but no one knew who did it. The mom was in her garden picking flowers. The dad was with the cook. The cook was surrounded by knives. The kid was at school. Who did it?

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Totally Wrong Problem

3 friends went to buy a clock and they contributed $20 each for the $ 60 clock
later the shopkeeper discovered that it was of $ 50 only and sent a servant to return them $ 10. The servant unable to divide 10 among the 3, keeps $4 for himself and gives them 2$ each.
so now each friends expenditure is $ 18 only 18*3=54 so $ 54 given by the friends and 4 $ are with the servant
total = 54+4 = 58. Where did 2$ go??

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Word Riddle Problem

A word I know,
Six letters it contains,
Subtract just one,
And twelve is what remains.

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Age Problem

Harish, Manish and Priyanka are three children in the same family. Priyanka is three times Manish's age. In two years, she will be twice the age Harish will have at that time. Harish is a year older than Manish. How old are the children?

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Pattern Problem

What is the pattern 8-5-4-9-1-7-6-3-2-0?

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Twins Problem

Two girls were born to the same mother, on the same day, at the same time, in the same month and year and yet they're not twins.
How can this be?

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Jacket Problem

There are 2 jackets browed by 3 person for 30 days they decide to wear these jackets 20 days each person how can they do it?

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Rich Poor & Dead Problem

what dus the poor man have,the rich man need,and the dead do

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Surgeon Problem

A man and his son are driving down a road in the rain at night. The father cannot see anything ahead of his car, and slams on his brakes and swerves trying to avoid a ditch. Unfortunately the wet roads caused him to slide and he crashed into another car. The father was killed instantly but the son survived, but was in need of surgery. Paramedics quickly brought the boy into the hospital. The surgeon took a quick look at the boy and said 'I cannot perform this surgery' when the rest of the employees asked why, the surgeon
said 'Because this is my son'. How is this possible?

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Son Father Problem

The sum of the ages of a father and his son is 66. The father's age is the son's age reversed. Furthermore, the father's age is a multiple of the son's age. How old could they be?

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Sum 28days-Month Problem

Some months have 31 days. how many have 28 days

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Three Jars contain 19,13 abd 7 liters respectively. The first is empty and the others are full. None of the vessels is graduated. How can one measure out 10 liters, using no other vessels, by pouring fluid from one into another?

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