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Mind Teasers : What Is The Next Number

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What Is The Next Number

12 13 15 17 111 113 117 119 123 ?

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Mind Teasers : Cricket Teasers

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If in a cricket one day match, there were no wide balls, no wides, no extras and no overthrows.

What is the maximum number of runs that a batsman can score in an ideal case scenario?

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Mind Teasers : Popular Logical Riddle

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A mules travels the same distance daily.
I noticed that two of his legs travels 10km and the remaining two travels 12km.
Obviously two mules legs cannot be a 2km ahead of the other 2.

The mules is perfectly normal. So how come this be true ?

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Mind Teasers : Famous Lion Tamer Interesting Puzzle

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You are trapped with a lion in a cage with 1 unit as its radius. Both you and the lion can run effortlessly at the speed of one unit.

1) The lion is quite hungry and all he wants is to catch you and eat you up. Will he be able to do that?
2) If yes, how long do you have till he does that?

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Mind Teasers : New Answer Riddle

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There is a puzzle which can be asked all day with a different correct answer each time. What is the puzzle ?

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Mind Teasers : How Many Chocolates Maths Problem

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A confectionary shop owner allows children to purchase a chocolate in exchange of five wrappers of the same chocolate. Children from the locality consumed 77 chocolates in a month. Now, they all collected them together and decide to buy back chocolates.

How many chocolates do you think they can buy using those 77 wrappers ?

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Mind Teasers : Popular Logic Picture Grid Problem

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We have 4 blue, 4 red, 4 green and 4 yellow hats. All the hats must be labelled with an arithmetic sign – ‘+’, ‘-‘, ‘x’ or ‘/’ in a manner that one sign is used on a particular color only once. Now these hats must be arranged in a 4x4 grid in a manner that no two rows or columns have a repeating color or sign.

To give you a kick start, we have arranged 4 hats in the grid. Can you place the rest of them ?

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Mind Teasers : Situation Problem

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On a windy rainy night , I was driving in my car.
When i reach the bus stand , i see three people waiting for the bus.

1. An old lady who needs an immediate medical attention
2. My Best Friend
3. Girl whom i love from childhood

My car is a two seater, so can you tell me , what i have done in this situation ?

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Mind Teasers : Unsolvable Problem

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In a contest, four fruits (an apple, a banana, an orange, and a pear) have been placed in four closed boxes (one fruit per box). People may guess which fruit is in which box. 123 people participate in the contest. When the boxes are opened, it turns out that 43 people have guessed none of the fruits correctly, 39 people have guessed one fruit correctly, and 31 people have guessed two fruits correctly.
How many people have guessed three fruits correctly, and how many people have guessed four fruits correctly

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Mind Teasers : Hard Chess Puzzle Problem

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Your pieces are white.
You need to win in half a move.

How can you do this ?


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Mind Teasers : Deductive Logic Problem

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A professor gives a set of three questions to the most brilliant students of his university. You can see the questions in the attached image if required. To his surprise, there are different answers by all three of them. Below are the answers by them:

Student A
1. Two
2. Six
3. Two

Student B
1. Two
2. Three
3. Infinity

Student C
1. One
2. Three
3. Two

Now you have the information that each one of them has given one answer wrong, can you find out the real answers to every problem?

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