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In a jar, there are some orange candies and some strawberry candies. You pick up two candies at a time randomly. If the two candies are of same flavor, you throw them away and put a strawberry candy inside. If they are of opposite flavors, you throw them away and put an orange candy inside.

In such manner, you will be reducing the candies in the jar one at a time and will eventually be left with only one candy in the jar.

If you are told about the respective number of orange and strawberry candies at the outset, will it be feasible for you to predict the flavor of the final remaining candy ?
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In such manner, you will be reducing the candies in the jar one at a time and will eventually be left with only one candy in the jar.

If you are told about the respective number of orange and strawberry candies at the outset, will it be feasible for you to predict the flavor of the final remaining candy ?

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A girl liked to collect money in a piggy bank. She bought pink colored piggy bank when she was 10 years old. She put $250 in the box on each of her birthday. Her younger sister took $50 out of her piggy bank on her birthday. The girl died when she was 50 years old due to an incurable disease.

When the piggy bank was opened, it had just $500. How can that be possible?

When the piggy bank was opened, it had just $500. How can that be possible?

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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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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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There are 100 doors. 100 strangers have been gathered in the adjacent room. The first one goes and opens every door. The second one goes and shuts down all the even numbered doors – second, fourth, sixth... and so on. The third one goes and reverses the current position of every third door (third, sixth, ninth… and so on.) i.e. if the door is open, he shuts it and if the door is shut, he switches opens it. All the 100 strangers progresses in the similar fashion.

After the last person has done what he wanted, which doors will be left open and which ones will be shut at the end?
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After the last person has done what he wanted, which doors will be left open and which ones will be shut at the end?

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This is a classic chess puzzle and considered to be one of the hardest puzzles in history.

As shown in the picture below, White army is arranged in a classic chess board. You need to add black army i.e

1 king

1 queen

2 rooks

2 bishops

2 knights

8 pawns

in such a way that not a single piece of either color is under attack.

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As shown in the picture below, White army is arranged in a classic chess board. You need to add black army i.e

1 king

1 queen

2 rooks

2 bishops

2 knights

8 pawns

in such a way that not a single piece of either color is under attack.

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In a guess game , five friends had to guess the exact numbers of balls in a box.

Friends guessed as 31 , 35, 39 , 49 , 37, but none of guess was right.The guesses were off by 1, 9, 5, 3, and 9 (in a random order).

Can you determine the number of balls in a box ?

Friends guessed as 31 , 35, 39 , 49 , 37, but none of guess was right.The guesses were off by 1, 9, 5, 3, and 9 (in a random order).

Can you determine the number of balls in a box ?

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If Erica's daughter is my daughter's mom, who am I to Erica?

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A perfect number is defined as a positive number(integer) which is equal to the sum of its positive divisors excluding the number itself.

two examples are mentioned below as :

6 => 1+2+3

12=> 1+2+3+6

Can you find another perfect number which consist of <= 2digits.

two examples are mentioned below as :

6 => 1+2+3

12=> 1+2+3+6

Can you find another perfect number which consist of <= 2digits.

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