Some time back, we received so many requests to add a science based section of puzzles. We have heard all your requests and finally added a Science Logic Puzzles section for you all. It's always good to hear from our readers. So just keep sending your requests as they are important for us. Other than that, this is a new section and we do hope that it goes well with you all. There is no hardcore science involved and just the basic things so we hope you enjoy all these Science Logic Puzzles.
When deepak was six years old he hammered a nail into his favorite tree to mark his height.
Five years later at age eleven , deepak returned to see how much higher the nail was.
If the tree grew by ten inches each year, how much higher would the nail be?
whereas in case of air density medium it will depend on the surface area which is exposed to gravity opposing force.
gravity opposing force will increase as it is coming downwards and the amount of force is directly proportional to the area exposed to it.
Assume a situation. There is an earthquake which is one point higher on the Richter scale than another earthquake which is ten times powerful. Now how much powerful do you think the earthquake will be if it was just 1/2 a point higher on the Richter scale?
But on the contrary, in actual terms, none of them will help in rising the water. They will actually drop the water level. This is because, they have a large effect on the water level while in the boat but when they are dropped into the water. They will drop the water level. Iron brick being the lighter one will drop the water level less because it will have less effect on the water from the boat but will displace the equal amount of water as the gold when it is dropped into the water. Thus it can be said that it will make the water level higher.
Suppose there are two cogwheels in a box. The bigger wheel has twenty four teeth while the smaller one has eight. The bigger one is firmly attached on the center of the box (so it can’t turn or move) and the smaller one rotates around it.
Can you tell the number of times it will turn around the big one when comparing with the box when it turns once?
The correct answer to this twisted problem is four times.
You can try solving the problem with the help of two coins and if you are unable to understand, you may even disassemble some clockwork to find out.
Now to explain it, it is evident that the small one will turn 3 times against the big one. The reason is because it has 8 teeth which is 1/3 of the big one (24). But now we want the big wheel to stop and the small one to turn around the big one. In this process, the small one will make an additional turn on its way around the big one. This makes a total of four turns.