I have thought of a number that is made up by using all the ten digits just once. Here are a few clues for you to guess my number:
First digits is divisible by 1.
First two digits are divisible by 2.
First three digits are divisible by 3.
First four digits are divisible by 4.
First five digits are divisible by 5.
First six digits are divisible by 6.
First seven digits are divisible by 7.
First eight digits are divisible by 8.
First nine digits are divisible by 9.
The number is divisible by 10.
Can you find out the number ?
Thereâ€™s a one-story house in which everything is yellow. Yellow walls, yellow doors, yellow furniture. What colour are the stairs?
Look at the below sequence of letters and tell us what the next letter should be:
O T T F F S S ?
A container contains 100 eggs. They can be either fresh or rotten. What is sure is the fact that there is at least one fresh egg in that container.
If you are asked to pick two eggs randomly from the container, at least one of them will be rotten.
Can you calculate how many eggs in that container are fresh?
A man walked into a pub and went straight towards the Barman. He asked for a dirty martini from the Barman. The Barman thought something and then pulled out a pistol from his drawer and aimed it directly at the man. Why did he do that?
First, think of the colour of clouds. Next think the colour of snow. Last, think of the colour of the moon. Now, what do cows drink?
What number does the below three word/phrase identify and why?
1. Deck
2. Year
3. Singing in the Rain
Below toothpicks/matchsticks indicate the group of fishes moving from west to east direction. Can you make them move from east to west by just moving three toothpicks/matchsticks?
Can you find a five letter word that is left with only two letters if one is removed?
Two Twins Jack and Jill were standing back to back and suddenly they started running in opposite direction for 4 kilometres and then turn to left and run for another 3 kilometres.
what is the distance between the Baggio twins when they stop ?
On a bus, there is a 26-year-old pregnant lady.
A 30-year-old policeman.
A 52-year-old random woman.
And the 65-year-old driver.
Who is the youngest?
Jigsaw puzzles soared in popularity during the great depression, as they provided a cheap, long-lasting, recyclable form of entertainment.