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A couple went to river rafting on a hill station. Two days after their departure, the husband returned alone. He informed the police that her wife was swept away by the waves and died.

On the next day, police arrived to his doorstep and when he opened the door, they arrested him for murdering his wife. They told him that his travel agent had called them.

He was shocked. How did the travel agent know about the murder? Can you suggest how did he know ?

On the next day, police arrived to his doorstep and when he opened the door, they arrested him for murdering his wife. They told him that his travel agent had called them.

He was shocked. How did the travel agent know about the murder? Can you suggest how did he know ?

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Without the use of calculation, can you find how many seconds are there in a year ?

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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 ?

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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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.

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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.

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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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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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( ) + ( ) + ( ) + ( ) + ( ) = 30

This is what you have for equation. The following are the numbers that you can use to fill in the brackets:

1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15

You can repeat the numbers if required. The resulting sum should be 30.

This question appeared in the UPSC final examination in December 2013. Out of all the people who appeared, only one guy was able to solve this namely Gaurav Agarwal.

Can you solve it?

This is what you have for equation. The following are the numbers that you can use to fill in the brackets:

1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15

You can repeat the numbers if required. The resulting sum should be 30.

This question appeared in the UPSC final examination in December 2013. Out of all the people who appeared, only one guy was able to solve this namely Gaurav Agarwal.

Can you solve it?

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You have a rock solid dark chocolate bar of size 2 x 8. You need to break it and get 1 x 1 pieces of that chocolate.

If you can break that bar only along its length or breadth, how many times will you have to break to get the 1 x 1 pieces?

If you can break that bar only along its length or breadth, how many times will you have to break to get the 1 x 1 pieces?

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Complete the pyramid my replacing ? with the correct number.

1

1 1

2 1

1 2 1 1

1 1 1 2 2 1

? ? ? ? ? ?

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

1

1 1

2 1

1 2 1 1

1 1 1 2 2 1

? ? ? ? ? ?

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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