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4 3 Its waistline is a hexagon
Heart of Darkness, Coat of Grain, Was once alive, Now feels no pain, Never walks, but Leaves a Trail. Circle head and pointed tail. Grows shorter as the day goes on- Its waistline is a hexagon. Wha ...
Submitted by Valentin
Doable
5.2
4 2 What am I?
The first person makes me and sells me. The second person buys me but doesnt use me. The third person uses me but doesnt see me. What am I?
Submitted by Valentin
Hard
6.8
2 1 What Am I?
Give me food, and I will live Give me water, and I will die What am I?
Submitted by Aakash
Doable
6.0
0 4 Don't be a Square
Shown is a large square made up of four shapes, and a separate square, labeled with an E. Using all five of the shapes (A through E) only once, can you form a second perfect square?
Submitted by Aakash
Doable
6.0
2 3 Tick Tock
With a seven-minute hourglass and an eleven-minute hourglass, what is the quickest way to time the boiling of an egg for fifteen minutes?
Submitted by Aakash
Easy
2.6
4 5 Electrical Deaths
You and your friend are driving out in the pouring rain one night. It soon becomes much to hard too see, so you stop at closest house possible. When you knock on the door, an old lady welcomes you to ...
brain teaser riddle Submitted by Ravi
Doable
3.7
6 10 Happy Handshaking
Jack and his wife went to a party where four other married couples were present. Every person shook hands with everyone he or she was not acquainted with. When the handshaking was over, Jack asked ev ...
Submitted by Valentin
Hard
8.0
4 4 Microsoft Interview Question - Count it Out
This problem is more targeted towards people with Computer Science or similar backgrounds, it is a REAL question from an interview with Microsoft. You have an array of 99 unique numbers from 0-100. ...
Submitted by Aakash
Doable
4.9
14 80 Coin Flip
On Monday, you flip a coin all day. You start flipping it until you see the pattern Head, Tail, Head. You record the number of flips required to reach this pattern, and start flipping again (and co ...
Math statistics Submitted by Aakash
Doable
6.0
5 4 Birthday Problem (Classic)
A classic problem. How many people do you need to have in a room so that the probability of at least 2 of people sharing a birthday is greater than 50%. Assume 365 days in a year (no leap years) ...
Submitted by Valentin
Hard
8.4
10 211 Fork in the road
You are walking down a road and arrive at a fork that splits the road into two separate paths. When you reach, you meet two identical twins, each standing at the edge of one of the two paths. You h ...
Submitted by Aakash
Doable
6.0
1 2 Running Race
Phil and Sal race each other for 100 yards. Sal wins by 10 yards. They decide to race again, but this time, to even things up, Sal begins 10 yards behind the start line. Assuming that both run with t ...
Submitted by Aakash
Doable
4.0
0 3 My eyes
My eyes fold like telescopes and view the world like periscopes Who am I? For a hint you should know I run really slow and walk as fast as i can. Do you know who I am?
Submitted by Aakash
Doable
6.0
1 1 The fisherman and the Hunter
The are two men that always tell the truth except for the days when they are lying. The fisherman lies on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The Hunter lies on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Today the ...
Submitted by Valentin
Easy
3.0
2 1 Farmer's Market
You’re a farmer. You’re going to a market to buy some animals. On the market there are 3 types of animals for sale. You can buy: Horses for £10 each, goats for £1 each and ducks, you get 8 of these ...
Submitted by Aakash
Doable
4.7