There are six people in a family namely M, N, O, P, Q and R.
R and O are brother and sister.
N is the brother of Q's husband.
P is the father of M and grandfather of R.
How many male members are in the family?
On a windy rainy night , I was driving in my car.
When i reach the bus stand , i see three people waiting for the bus.
1. An old lady who needs an immediate medical attention
2. My Best Friend
3. Girl whom i love from childhood
My car is a two seat, so can you tell me , what i have done in this situation ?
Solve the equation in the image by looking at the pattern closely.
If you read clockwise, you can form a word by inserting three missing letters in the picture given below. Can you do it?
Jack was having a candle light dinner with his girlfriend. Suddenly a cold gush of wind entered through the open window and three of the ten candles were extinguished. Assuming that none of the other candles were extinguished.
How many candles are they left with in the end ?
Decode the below four famous ciphers:
8P of the SS
1M of the E
1S of the SS
60M in 1H
While preparing the table for dinner, wife came up with an idea to tease his mathematician husband. She asked her husband to pick nine toothpicks and make ten without breaking any toothpick.
The husband was also smart and did it within seconds. How ?
Your motherâ€™s brotherâ€™s only brother-in-law is asleep on your couch. Who is asleep on your couch?
A girl is twice as old as her brother and half as old as her father. In 50 years, her brother will be half as old as his father. How old is the daughter now?
Can you find the ages of a son, father and grandfather based on the following facts?
The sum of the ages of grandfather, father and son is 140 years.
The age of the son in months is the same as the grandfather in years.
The age of the son in days is the same as the father in weeks.
A network of 20 x 10 squares is given to you.
Can you calculate how many unique squares and rectangles can be formed combining two or more individual squares ?
The word ladder puzzle was invented by Lewis Carroll, author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.