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The HARD ones

  • The total distance

    A Ferrari is traveling at 30 miles per hour on a head-on collision course with a Maserati, which is being driven at a leisurely 20 miles per hour. When the two cars are exactly 50 miles apart, a very fast fly leaves the front fender of the Ferrari and travels towards the Maserati at 100…

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  • Different arrangements

    Four people can sit at a table in twenty-four different arrangements. How many arrangements are possible for seating eight people?

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  • How did I fare in English?

    Teacher: You appeared for 4 quizzes, and your average marks in them were 84. Student: How did I fare in English? Teacher: Well, your average in English Language and English Literature is 82. Student: So, how was my performance in the remaining subjects? Teacher: I am sure you can figure that out for yourself.

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The MEDIUM ones

  • Reconstruct the original quotation

    The sentence below is George Bernard Shaw’s comment on chess. Can you reconstruct the original quotation? they clever are time making expedient foolish doing wasting very something for idle is a they chess people when their are only believe

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  • What did she tell them?

    A woman depended on a public telephone to make her calls, but it was usually out of order. Each day she reported this to the phone company, but nothing was done. Finally she came up with a fib that she told the phone company. The phone was fixed the next day. What did she tell…

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  • Explain how

    You are on an island in the middle of a lake. The lake is in a remote part of the country and there has never been a bridge connecting the island to the mainland. Every day a tractor and wagon give hay rides around the island. Puzzled as to how the tractor had gotten onto…

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The EASY ones

  • Why?

    Why are 1980 pennies worth more than 1979 pennies?

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  • Soccer game

    My son was telling me yesterday, “Four days ago, my school’s soccer team won a game 4 to 1, although none of the boys on my school’s team scored any goals. Also, the other team didn’t score against itself accidentally.” How can this be?

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