Missing Letter Riddle

Missing Letter Riddle - 29 February

What's the missing letter?
J ? M A M J J A S O N D

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Simple Card Puzzle

Simple Card Puzzle - 28 February

Two ladies played cards for candy; the winner received one piece per game from the loser. When it was time for one of the ladies to go home, one lady had won three games, while the other lady had won three new pieces of candy.
How many individual games had they played?

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Math Riddle

Math Riddle - 27 February

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

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Riddle - 24 February

On a fine sunny day a ship was in the harbor. All of a sudden the ship began to sink. There was no storm and nothing wrong with the ship yet it sank right in front of the spectators eyes. What caused the ship to sink?

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Unlock The Distance Puzzle

Unlock The Distance Puzzle - 23 February

Distances from you to certain cities are written below.
BERLIN 200 miles
PARIS 300 miles
ROME 400 milesAMSTERDAM 300 miles
CARDIFF ??? miles
How far should it be to Cardiff ?

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Fun Riddle

Fun Riddle - 22 February

What does an Island and the letter T have in common?

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Card Puzzle

Card Puzzle - 21 February

In two decks of cards, what is the least amount of cards you must take to be *guaranteed* at least one four-of-a-kind?

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Clever Riddle

Clever Riddle - 20 February

A man has a barrel with filled with oil that weighs 100 pounds, and then he puts something into it. Now the barrel weighs less than 100 pounds. What did he put in the barrel?

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Find The Error In The Image

Find The Error In The Image - 18 February

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Popular Science Riddle

Popular Science Riddle - 17 February

If you drop a 15 kg iron bar and a 5 kg bag of cotton from a height of 50 meters which will reach the ground first?

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Poem Riddle

Poem Riddle - 16 February

I have streets but no pavement,
I have cities but no buildings,
I have forests but no trees,
I have rivers yet no water.
What am I?

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Answer a Maths Riddle

Answer a Maths Riddle - 15 February

Can you find a seven digit number which describes itself. The first digit is the number of zeros in the number. The second digit is the number of ones in the number, etc. For example, in the number 21200, there are 2 zeros, 1 one, 2 twos, 0 threes and 0 fours.

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Hard Probability puzzle

Hard Probability puzzle - 14 February

Three people enter a room and have a green or blue hat placed on their head. They cannot see their own hat, but can see the other hats.
The color of each hat is purely random. They could all be green, or blue, or any combination of green and blue.
They need to guess their own hat color by writing it on a piece of paper, or they can write 'pass'.
They cannot communicate with each other in any way once the game starts. But they can have a strategy meeting before the game.
If at least one of them guesses correctly they win $50,000 each, but if anyone guess incorrectly they all get nothing.
What is the best strategy?

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Riddle Me This

Riddle Me This - 13 February

What can you catch but not throw?

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Kid Riddle

Kid Riddle - 10 February

What object has keys that open no locks, space but no room, and you can enter but not go in?

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Maths Quiz

Maths Quiz - 9 February

Fred can eat 27 chocolates in a hour, Alice can eat 2 chocolates in 10 minutes, and Kelly can eat 7 chocolates in 20 minutes. How long will it take them to share and eat a large box of 120 chocolates whilst watching a movie?

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Answer This Joke Riddle

Answer This Joke Riddle - 8 February

Why is 6 afraid of 7?

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Playing Cards Puzzle

Playing Cards Puzzle - 7 February

On your travels you come to an old man on the side of the road holding three cards from a standard deck face down. Trying to make conversation you ask him what the three cards are.
He tells you, 'To the left of the queen, are one or two jacks. To the right of the jack, are one or two jacks. To the right of the club, are one or two diamonds. To the left of the diamond, are one or two diamonds.' What are the three cards?

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Unique Riddle

Unique Riddle - 6 February

What is the unique characteristic of the following words:
coughing, thirsty, defiant

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Find The Error In The Picture

Find The Error In The Picture - 4 February

Can you find the mistake ?

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February Series Question

February Series Question - 3 February

Find The Next Number
12 13 15 17 111 113 117 119 123 ?

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February Maths Puzzle

February Maths Puzzle - 2 February

Using eight eights and addition only,
can you make 1000?

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February Riddle

February Riddle - 1 February

The man who invented it doesn't want it. The man who bought it doesn't need it. The man who needs it doesn't know it. What is it?

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