What is the next number in this matchsticks series riddle?
Christina, Allison and Lena are 3 daughters of John a well-known Mathematician, When I asked John the age of their daughters. He replied "The current age of her daughters is prime. Also, the difference between their ages is also prime."
How old are the daughters?
In the picture, you can see a chess board. On the top left position, the K marks a knight. Now, can you move the knight in a manner that after 63 moves, the knight has been placed at all the squares exactly once excluding the starting square?
A man in a car saw a Golden Door, Silver Door and a Bronze Door. What door did he open first?
I know there are two methods by using three time the same number with a plus(+) operator , you can make sum as 60.
One of them is 20+20+20.
whats the other way ?
John was running from 40 thieves. John has got 3 gold boxes which weigh as 4kg, 2kg, and 1kg respectively. A witty man asked John to stay with him for seven days in exchange for 1kg gold per day. John needs to stay there for seven days and also do not want to give the witty man any advance. How can John pay for his seven days stay?
You are given with the following sum. Each of the letters can be decoded as a digit. If we tell you that D = 5, then can you solve it entirely?
DONALD
+GERALD
=ROBERT
Replace the 'X' with any mathematical symbol to make the expression equal to 111.
18 X 12 X 2 X 3 = 111
In the Chess Board picture below white army is arranged. You need to add a black army on the board such that no piece is under any threat.
Note: Army comprised of 1 king, 1 queen, 2 rooks, 2 bishops, 2 knights, and 8 pawns.
using four eights (8) and a one (1) and one mathematical symbol , create the number 100
A man started to town with a fox, a goose, and a sack of corn. He came to a stream which he had to cross in a tiny boat. He could only take one across at a time. He could not leave the fox alone with the goose or the goose alone with the corn. How did he get them all safely over the stream?
The word ladder puzzle was invented by Lewis Carroll, author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.