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14 82 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
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
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 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
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
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 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
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
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 10 Don't Mate in One
This problem was first publicized by Karl Fabel, a German chess problemist. Find a move for white that will not result in an immediate checkmate of the black king.
logic chess Submitted by Aakash
Doable
6.6
4 3 Divide 1 to 20
What is the smallest whole number that can be divided by any number from 1 to 20 (inclusive) and not leave a remainder? For example, 60 is the smallest number that can be divided evenly by all the n ...
mathematics Submitted by Aakash
Doable
5.0
7 7 The Neighbourhood
People say Einstein suggested that 98% of the world’s population couldn’t figure out the answer to this puzzle. It is not for the faint of heart: There are 5 houses each with a different color. Th ...
Hard
7.5
2 13 Good luck at an interview with Google
I just came across these Google interview questions… impossible: How many golf balls can fit in a school bus? How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle? How many piano tuners are ...
google open-ended Submitted by Valentin
Hard
7.0
4 6 Guilty Innocence
I am a drug dealer. I have been questioned by the police with all of my drugs surrounding me, but I was not arrested. Why?
Easy
2.8
1 3 Stuck in a brick building
A man is stuck inside an all brick building (floor, ceiling, and walls are all brick), that has no windows and no doors, and inside with him he has only a wooden board and a saw, how does he get out? ...
Submitted by Valentin
Doable
5.3