I have two coins.
* One of the coins is a faulty coin having a tail on both sides of it.
* The other coin is a perfect coin (heads on side and tail on other).
I blindfold myself and pick a coin and put the coin on the table. The face of the coin towards the sky is the tail.
What is the probability that another side is also tail?
I never stop running even when I standstill. If I am formed by joining two identical bodies together, can you guess who I am?
John needs to purchase 100 chocolates from three different shops and he has exactly 100 rupees to do that which he must spend entirely. He must buy at least 1 Chocolate from each shop.
The first shop is selling each chocolate at 5 paise, the second is selling at 1 rupee and the third is selling at 5 rupees.
How many chocolates should he buy from each shop?
Can you solve the maths in the below-given picture equation?
Complete the following series. It.s very logical:
1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, __?
What occurs twice in a week, once in a year but never in a day?
What is the next number in this series?
4,12,84,3612....
The first person saw the bridge step on it and crossed,
the second person saw the bridge did not step on it but crossed,
the third person did not see the bridge did not step on it but crossed.
Who are these people?
There is a unique number which when multiplied by any number from 1 to 6, we will get the new number that contains the same digits only.
Can you find that number?
It is a six-letter word.
The first four letters are me.
The second and last letters are the same.
The fourth second and last letter is payment.
Who is it?
Can you find out the smallest number that can be conveyed as the sum of three squares in three unique ways?
There is a cryptic organization called Cicada 3301 that posts challenging puzzles online, possibly to recruit codebreakers and linguists.