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Mind Teasers : Perfect Number Maths Question

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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.

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Mind Teasers : Tricky Logic Brain Teaser

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Alan is an honest person who never speaks a lie. He thinks of a number among 1, 2 and 3. Now, you can ask him only one question and that too for which the answer that you will receive will be in the form of yes, no or don't know. But he will reply only truth fully.

What will you ask from his so that you can know the number he is thinking of?

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Mind Teasers : Scrooge McDuck Adventure Logic Puzzle

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Scrooge McDuck plans to go to the Treasure Island.
It needed six days to reach there.
One person can carry food and water for just four days.

What is the fewest number of more people McDuck needed, to help him to carry enough food and water for this adventurous journey ?

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Mind Teasers : Perfect Number Maths Question

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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.

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Mind Teasers : Password Brain Teaser

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Angelina Jolie is trapped in a tomb. The only way to escape is figure out a 13 character password. Following are the five clues that are available to her.

Precisely two of the below statements are false.
The password is confined within this sentence.
The password is not in this hint.
The password is inside only one of these statements.
At least one of the above statement is a lie.

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Mind Teasers : Classic Lateral Thinking Problem

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There are two glasses in front of you. One of the glasses is full of coke and the other glass is full of lemonade. You take a spoonful of coke and mix it into the glass of lemonade. Now the lemonade glass has a mixture of coke and lemonade. You take a spoonful of that mixture and mix it inside the coke glass.

Now what do you think? - The glass with coke has more quantity of lemonade or the glass with lemonade have more quantity of coke mixed with it?

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Mind Teasers : Tricky Math Race Riddle

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Rooney, Hernandez, and Robin race each other in a 100 meters race. All of them run at a constant speed throughout the race.

Rooney beats Hernandez by 20 meters.
Hernandez beats Robin by 20 meters.

How many meters does Rooney beat Robin by ?

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Mind Teasers : Clock Puzzle

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The needles of a clock overlaps at 12:00 in a 12 hour format clock.

When will the two needles overlap again ?

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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 : Best Maths Brain Teaser

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A competitive exam was held in which five students took part namely Billy, Gerry, Clark, Peeta and Jonathan. In this exam, they had to answer five questions each out of which, three had multiple choices as a, b or c and two were simple true and false questions. The five of them gave different answers to the questions and the details are as given below.

Name 1 2 3 4 5

Gerry c b True True False

Billy c c True True True

Clark a c False True True

Peeta b a True True False

Jonathan a b True False True

None of the two students gave the same number of correct answers. Can you find out the correct answers to the question? Also, calculate the individual score of all the five guys.

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Mind Teasers : Smart Trick Teaser

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Five girls were seen struggling while trying to get under the same small umbrella and yet, all five of them managed to remain dry completely?

How can it be true?

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