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Find the next number in the sequence below?

5 10 70 4690 ?

5 10 70 4690 ?

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A person has uncovered a secret that was a mystery for ages. He transfers the data into his hard drive and encrypts the drive with a password. Then, he writes a line on a paper to remember the password.

The line says 'You force heaven to be empty'.

Can you decrypt the line to reveal the password if you know that the password is seven characters long that comprise of just letters and numbers?

The line says 'You force heaven to be empty'.

Can you decrypt the line to reveal the password if you know that the password is seven characters long that comprise of just letters and numbers?

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A homicide detective is called upon a crime scene. He finds that a body is lying on the ground in front of a multistory building. By all the means, it looks like a simple suicide case. But there are doubts in his mind.

He goes to the first floor and moves into the room facing the direction of the body. He opens the window in that direction and looks down towards his team. The he goes to the second floor and again moves into the room facing that direction, opens the window and looks down at his team.

He continues with the same process till the top floor. After that, he returns back to where his team is standing. He tells them that it is a suicide.

How did he come to such a conclusion?

He goes to the first floor and moves into the room facing the direction of the body. He opens the window in that direction and looks down towards his team. The he goes to the second floor and again moves into the room facing that direction, opens the window and looks down at his team.

He continues with the same process till the top floor. After that, he returns back to where his team is standing. He tells them that it is a suicide.

How did he come to such a conclusion?

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Imagine a picture in your mind. There is a rose plant. A few roses have grown up in the plant. There are a few bees hovering over them.

Now read the given statements carefully:

1) If every one of the bees lands on a rose, one of them won't get a rose.

2) If two bees share rise together, then there will be one rose left without any bee.

Can you find out the number of roses on the plant and the number of bees?

Now read the given statements carefully:

1) If every one of the bees lands on a rose, one of them won't get a rose.

2) If two bees share rise together, then there will be one rose left without any bee.

Can you find out the number of roses on the plant and the number of bees?

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We can create number 100 by using all numbers, i.e.0123456789 and mathematical operators (+/-) in many ways.

Example

98 + 7 + 6 - 5 - 4 - 3 + 2 - 1 = 100

But if we add a condition that the use of the number 21 is the must. Then there are only a few solutions.

One of such solution is:

98 - 7 - 6 - 5 - 4 + 3 + 21 = 100

Can you tell any other solution?

Example

98 + 7 + 6 - 5 - 4 - 3 + 2 - 1 = 100

But if we add a condition that the use of the number 21 is the must. Then there are only a few solutions.

One of such solution is:

98 - 7 - 6 - 5 - 4 + 3 + 21 = 100

Can you tell any other solution?

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Using eight eights and addition only, can you make 1000?

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Q1. Find out the first question where the right answer is c)

a) Q3

b) Q4

c) Q1

d) Q2

Q2. Find out the first question where the right answer is a)

a) Q4

b) Q2

c) Q3

d) Q1

Q3. Find out the first question where the right answer is d)

a) Q1

b) Q2

c) Q4

d) Q3

Q4. Find out the first question where the right answer is b)

a) Q2

b) Q4

c) Q3

d) Q1
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a) Q3

b) Q4

c) Q1

d) Q2

Q2. Find out the first question where the right answer is a)

a) Q4

b) Q2

c) Q3

d) Q1

Q3. Find out the first question where the right answer is d)

a) Q1

b) Q2

c) Q4

d) Q3

Q4. Find out the first question where the right answer is b)

a) Q2

b) Q4

c) Q3

d) Q1

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A homicide detective is called at a crime scene. A man is lying dead in front of the building and seeking the position of the windows on the building and the position in which the body is lying, it is evident that the man jumped out from one of them and committed suicide.

The detective asks his team to collect the traces if they can find any on the body and heads towards the building. He goes to the first floor and towards the room that is on the front side. Inside the room, he lights a cigarette, walks towards the window facing the dead body, opens the window and throws out the cigarette. He then goes to the second floor and repeats the same process.

He keeps doing the same thing till he is done with all the floors and then takes the lift to the ground floor. Upon reaching there, he informs the team that it is not a suicide but a murder.

While the whole team is shocked to hear the revelation, he lights another cigarette and takes a hard puff.

How do you think he found out that it was a not a suicide?

The detective asks his team to collect the traces if they can find any on the body and heads towards the building. He goes to the first floor and towards the room that is on the front side. Inside the room, he lights a cigarette, walks towards the window facing the dead body, opens the window and throws out the cigarette. He then goes to the second floor and repeats the same process.

He keeps doing the same thing till he is done with all the floors and then takes the lift to the ground floor. Upon reaching there, he informs the team that it is not a suicide but a murder.

While the whole team is shocked to hear the revelation, he lights another cigarette and takes a hard puff.

How do you think he found out that it was a not a suicide?

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A bank customer had Rs.100 in his account. He then made 6 withdrawals, totaling Rs.. He kept a record of these withdrawals, and the balance remaining in the account, as follows:

Withdrawals Balance left

Rs.50 Rs.50

Rs.25 Rs.25

Rs.10 Rs.15

Rs.8 Rs.7

Rs.5 Rs.2

Rs.2 Rs.0

Rs.100 Rs.99

Why are the Totals not exactly right ?

Withdrawals Balance left

Rs.50 Rs.50

Rs.25 Rs.25

Rs.10 Rs.15

Rs.8 Rs.7

Rs.5 Rs.2

Rs.2 Rs.0

Rs.100 Rs.99

Why are the Totals not exactly right ?

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