# Recently Active Puzzles Questions

• Hundreds of years ago, a thief was charged with treason against a Roman emperor andsentenced to death. The emperor, feeling slightly merciful, asked the man how he would like todie. Consider yourself in the same situation and ...
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replied2020-10-04 06:38:36
• KUTTE KE DO AAGE KUTTE...... KUTTE KE DO PEECHAY KUTTE.... AAGE KUTTE -- PEECHAY KUTTE BOLO KITNE KUTTE...... IN UR REPLIES DONT WRITE MANI KUTTA NOW [4] ...
replied2016-09-03 21:57:25
• Ques 1) Mr. Intelligent was going for a morning walk and he met Mr. Puzzle. Mr. Puzzle asked " I have three sons and product for their ages is 36 , so tell me their ages ". Mr. Intelligent thought for a moment and asked for o ...
replied2016-07-23 14:21:35
• How do you accurately weigh a small puppy with just a standard household step-on weigh scaleif the puppy is extremely lively and does not stay still? ...
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• An intelligent trader travels from 1 place to another with 3 sacks carrying 30 coconuts each.No sack can hold more than 30 coconuts each.On the way he passes through 30 checkpoints and on each checkpoint he has to give 1 coco ...
replied2014-06-13 09:49:06
• Five men A,B,C,D,E are wearing caps of black or white colour without each knowing the colour of his cap.It is known that a man wearing a black cap always speaks the truth while a man wearing a white cap always lies.If they ma ...
replied2014-06-13 07:25:41
• You have gone to a game show where the objective is to win a car. The host leads you to a room where there are three absolutely identical doors. You are told that behind one of the doors is the car, and behind the other two i ...
replied2014-06-08 10:02:30
• All of you must have solved or at least tried to solve river-crossing or gorge-crossing riddles, with some conditions, but believe me, this one is really typical... There was a group of two teachers (one male and one female) ...
replied2014-03-10 04:29:03
• there is a city..which is full of thieves....john wants to send a ring to mary...but since the city is full of thieves..so he put the ring in a box...and put a lock on it...if he sends this to mary...mary cannot open it since ...
replied2014-03-10 04:26:26
• Ok. This one's not related to JEE, or the olympiads or any kind of an exam. Its a question set by an american psychiatrist to test if the taker has a criminal mind. Note that this question has infinite solutions, but what mat ...
replied2014-02-15 06:53:37
• How many ways can you put 10 sweets into 3 bags so that each bag contains an odd number of sweets? ...
replied2013-11-25 02:20:12
• here is an excellent puzzle. a class contains 30 students.15 of them having red cap and rest having blue cap.no one knows what cap he has but can see other's.they don't talk between themselves.the teacher came & asked the stu ...
replied2013-10-29 09:15:12
• What is the siimmilarity between Friction And Baby cat(Kitten).????? ...
replied2013-10-08 20:12:19
• Directions: Questions from 1 to 5 are based on answer you are going to mark these 5 questions. 1. The first question with B as the correct answer is: a) 1 b) 4 c) 3 d) 2 2. The answer to Question 4 is: a) D b) A c) B d) C 3. ...
replied2013-09-26 19:48:21
• What number would logically come next in this sequence? 4 6 5 9 4 4 2 4 ? ...
replied2013-09-13 05:10:40
• â€œI have three sons,â€ Tony told his friend, Peter. â€œHow old are they?â€ Peter asked. â€œI will make this a math problem for you to figure out,â€ Tony said. â€œGo ahead,â€ Peter responded. â€œThe product of their ages ...
replied2013-09-03 23:46:41
• 1)A positive integer n is called â€œFLIPPANTâ€ if n does not end in 0 (when written indecimal notation) and, moreover, n and the number obtained by reversing the digits of n are both divisible by 7. How many FLIPPANT integer ...
replied2012-06-02 01:18:03
• we know if a*b=c or a=c/b. now let a=b=c=0. or 0*0=0 or 0=0/0. guess the mistake............... ...
replied2012-03-05 06:10:18
• You have n balls identical in size and appearance but 1 is an odd weight (could be either light or heavy). You have a set scales (balance) which will give 3 possible readings: Left = Right, Left > Right or Left < Right ...
replied2011-12-18 04:18:06
• There are two urns each containing an arbitrary number of balls. We are allowed two types of operations: (a) remove an equal number of balls simultaneously from both the urns, (b) double the number of balls in any of them Sho ...
replied2011-05-23 09:40:10
• How can you add eight 8's to get the number 1,000? (only use addition) ...
replied2011-05-14 01:18:12
• There were an electrician and a plumber waiting in line for admission to the Home Show. One of them was the father of the other's son. How could this be possible? ...
replied2011-05-09 06:04:22
• You can find roads without cars, And roam through forests without trees, Cities exist without houses? Whatever can I be? ...
replied2011-05-09 01:12:15
• Nothing on the outside Nothing on the inside Light as a feather Yet ten men cannot lift it. What is it? ...