Below, some codes are given and the meaning is written in front of it:
1) 'DoMuz Stew Choi' = 'We are Spirits';
2) 'Pew Fru Stew Bal' = 'they are Sinister Souls';
3) 'Ora Twaz Fru ' = 'Who is Sinister';
4) 'Choi Stew Muz Fru' = 'the Spirits are Sinister'.
Can you tell us which word (code) means 'the' in this language?
In the statements (1), (2) and (3), common coded word is 'Stew' and common normal word is 'are'. Therefore, 'Stew' = 'are'.
In the statements (1) and (4), common coded word (except 'are') is 'Choi' and common normal word is 'Spirits'. Therefore, 'Choi' = 'Spirits'.
Likewise, in the statements (2), (3) and (4), common coded word is 'Fru' and common normal word is 'Sinister'. So, 'Fru' = 'Sinister'.
Hence, 'Choi', 'Stew', 'Fru' means 'Spirits', 'are', 'Sinister' respectively. Thus, in statement (4), the remaining word i.e., 'Muz' = 'the'.
Can you checkmate all the kings in less than 10 moves?
Following are the rules:
1. White can make up to 10 legitimate moves until all kings are checkmate.
2. You can take any black piece(s) except the King.
3. Your king cannot be in check position at any time of the game.
In the figure given below, you can see that there are five squares. Supposedly if this figure is formed using different matchsticks (refer the slight gap between matchsticks), can you remove just two matchsticks so that only two squares remain ?
There is a 30km long bridge. The bridge can only support up to a weight of 2000 kg. A car that weighs 2000 kg needs to cross that bridge. When the car has reached midway of the bridge, a bird comes and sits on top of the car. The bird weighs 300 grams.
Now, does the bridge breaks down at this point of time or not?
I bought three toys for my triplet boys (one for each). I placed the toys in the dark store. One by one each boy went to the store and pick the toy. What is the probability that no boy will choose his own toy?
You can see five identical squares made with blue matchsticks in the given figure. You have to make them six identical squares instead. To do that, you are only allowed to move three matchsticks. How will you achieve the desired result?
Two mathematicians Steven and James were sitting face to face when Steven came up with an idea in mind. He scribbled something on the table and told James to read it. James said that it was wrong. Steven said it is absolutely right.
What would Steven have scribbled to make both of them correct?
A 12-year footballer Lavy was offered a contract with a club name "Flyball" that if he will practice 1 hour extra after school he will be offered 11$ after every week.
Lavy, however, suggested an alternative paid method in which
He will be paid just a penny on his first day.
Two pence will be paid on the second day,
Four pence will be paid on the third day.
And so on till 11th day.
If we tie a sheep to one peg, a circled grass is been eaten by the sheep. If we tie the sheep to two pegs with a circle on its neck, then an eclipse is eaten out of the grass by the sheep. If we want an eclipse then we put two pegs then put a rope in between then and the other end of the rope is tied up on the sheep's neck.
Question: how should we tie the peg and the sheep so that a square is eaten out from the garden's grass? We only have one sheep's rope and the peg and the rings.
Stephen died of heart attack. His soul was received in heaven. He was astonished to find himself as young as he had been in his young adult age. He looked around and there were thousands of young and naked people. His eyes searched to find someone familiar and suddenly he noticed Adam and Eve.