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Mind Teasers : Lateral Thinking Logic Brain Teaser

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Michael buys a new car. He is habitual of eating either donut or brownie while going to office. Whenever he stops to buy brownie, he don't face any problem with respect to his car but whenever he stops to buy donut, the car starts giving trouble. This is seen as a coincidence by him at first but when the same problem persists, he drives in the company showroom and tells his bizarre problem to them. The mechanic checks the car but find no problem at all.

On the next day, when he stops to buy donut again, he faces the same problem with the car. He drives into the showroom again but the mechanic finds no problem at all. The next day goes by fine as he stops by to buy a brownie. But on the following day, when he stops by to buy a donut, the car gives trouble again.

Can you find the possible reason behind this problem?

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Mind Teasers : Playing Cards Puzzle

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I purchased five decks of card from the market and mixed them.
Now i have ( 5 * 52 = 260 cards).

What is minimum number of cards, i need to take out from the above 260 cards to guarantee at least one 'four of a kind'.

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Mind Teasers : Math Brain Teaser High School

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There are two natural numbers whose sum is less than hundred and both of them are greater than one. Two friends Leena and Nadia knows the product and sum of the numbers respectively.

Both of them are exchanging the following statements:

Leena: I don’t know the numbers.
Nadia: "I knew you wouldn't be. I am not aware myself."
Leena: "Now I am sure I know the numbers!"
Nadia: "Now I am sure I know the numbers too!"

Can you find the two numbers?

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Mind Teasers : Cricket Riddle

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Two batsman each on 94 runs. Seven runs needed to win in last 3 balls. Both make 100*. How?

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Mind Teasers : Switch Chances Interview Problem

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You are sitting in front of your interviewer. He gives you three envelopes. One of them contains an offer letter and the other two are empty. You pick up one of them. Now, the interviewer opens up one of the envelope lying on the table and you find out that it is blank.

Now, he gives you a chance to switch your envelope with the one on the table. Would you switch it? Why or why not?

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Mind Teasers : Smart Women Thinking Riddle

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One man was moving to and fro in worry when a bright woman noticed him. On asking he told her that while replacing his tire, he incidentally dropped all the four nuts into a deep drain. She told him what to do and he was then able to drive back successfully till his office.

What did she say to him?

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Mind Teasers : Awesome Probability Logic Riddle

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You need to divide 50 marbles(25-red and 25-blue) into two boxes such that the probability of picking red marble is maximized.

Following conditions need to hold true :
1. None of box is empty
2. All the marbles must be in one of two boxes.

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Mind Teasers : Interview Marble Logic Puzzle

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You are given a set of scales and 12 marbles. The scales are of the old balance variety. That is, a small dish hangs from each end of a rod that is balanced in the middle. The device enables you to conclude either that the contents of the dishes weigh the same or that the dish that falls lower has heavier contents than the other.
The 12 marbles appear to be identical. In fact, 11 of them are identical, and one is of a different weight. Your task is to identify the unusual marble and discard it. You are allowed to use the scales three times if you wish, but no more.

Note that the unusual marble may be heavier or lighter than the others. You are asked to both identify it and determine whether it is heavy or light.

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Mind Teasers : Awesome Logic Problem

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I went for an official tour in a big city where there are over 100 buildings.
Building-1 is named first building.
Building-2 is named second building.
Building-3 is named third building.

A visitors decides to walk through all the buildings, he finds all the buildings except building-62.
Visitor later founds that the local of the city have given it another name.

What is the name of the Building ?

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Mind Teasers : Trick Interesting Maths puzzle

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There are three cars in a racing track. The track is made forming a perfect circle and is quite wide so that at one time, multiple cars can pass through it. The car which is leading is driving at 55 MPH and the slowest car is driving at 45 MPH. The car that is in middle of these two is driving in between the two speeds. For the time being you can say that the distance between the fastest car and the middle car is x miles and it is same between the middle car and the slowest car. Also, x is not equal to 0 or 1.

The car keeps running till the leading car catches up with the slowest car and then every car stops. Given the case, do you think that at any point, the distance between any two pairs will again become x miles?

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Mind Teasers : Children Age Football Count Puzzle

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At a local club party at Chelsea club house, four ladies were there with their four children who aged 1, 2, 3 and 4. Also, these children have one, two, three and four footballs with the different order.

We know the below facts:
Aina has more footballs that his age.
Kalas is older than Zouma.
One child has the same number of footballs as his age.
Ake has fewer footballs than Kalas.
Child aged 3 has two footballs.

Ake is the youngest.

Can you determine the age of the children and the number of football they have?

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