Can you arrange four 9's and use at most 2 math symbols, to make the total 100?
In a Society, there are over 100 flats.
Flat 1 is named the first flat.
Flat 2 is named the second flat.
Flat 3 is named the third flat. And So On.....
A visitor decides to walk through all the flats, and he finds all the flats except flat 62.
Anmol later founds that the locals of the town have given it another name.
What is the name of the Flat?
Which alphabet is a part of our body?
John and his wife were living in a rural place. On a particular day, John's wife fell ill and he called the local doctor. When the doctor picked up, he said, "Doctor, my wife is ill. She might have appendicitis."
"This can't be possible! I took out her appendix two years ago myself," the doctor explained.
When diagnosed, John's wife was found to have appendicitis. How can this be possible?
A Shopkeeper sold a few chickens to four different customers on a particular day. It was such that each customer purchased half of the remaining chickens and half the chicken more.
Can you find out how many chicken were sold by the shopkeeper on that day if we tell you that the fourth customer bought a single chicken ?
Using eight eights and addition only, can you make 1000?
Railroad Crossing, look out for the cars. Can you spell that, without any R's ?
As a whole I am both
safe and secure.
Behead me and I become
a place of meeting.
Behead me again and I am
the partner of ready.
Restore me, and I become
the domain of beasts.
What am I?
Why 1729 is a magic number? Answer Logically.
A man always keeps a spare tyre in his car. To make full use of all the five tyres, he changes the tyres in a manner that for a distance of 1, 00,000 km, each of them runs the same distance.
Can you calculate the distance travelled by each tyre on that journey?
Vin Diesel is pulling a theft and has planned to run away with all the cash kept in the safe. But the only way to open the safe is the 13 character password. He has a set of five clues given to him by a trustworthy source.
Exactly two of the below statements are false.
The password is contained within this sentence.
The password is not in this hint.
The password is within only one of these statements.
At least one of the above statements is a lie.
The phrase “thinking outside the box” was popularised from the solution to a topographical puzzle involving 9 dots in a box shape.