Find three numbers such that
* When we multiply three numbers, we will get the prime numbers.
* The difference between the second and the first number is equal to the third and second.
Use the numbers 2, 3, 4 and 5 and the symbols + and = to make a true equation. Conditions: Each must be used exactly once and no other numbers or symbols can be used.
A bank customer had $100 in his account. He then made 6 withdrawals. He kept a record of these withdrawals, and the balance remaining in the account, as follows:
Withdrawals Balance left
$50 $50
$25 $25
$10 $15
$8 $7
$5 $2
$2 $0
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$100 $99
Why are the Totals not tallying?
What can you see in the middle of March and April that you can never see in any other month?
What is the centre of gravity?
From a pack of 52 cards, I placed 4 cards on the table.
I will give you 4 clues about the cards:
Clue 1: Card on left cannot be greater than the card on the right.
Clue 2: Difference between the 1st card and 3rd card is 8.
Clue 3: There is no card of an ace.
Clue 4: There are no face cards (queen, king, jacks).
Clue 5: Difference between the 2nd card and 4th card is 7.
Identify four cards?
Can you count the number of squares in the given picture?
Some friends went on a vacation to a resort. It was raining heavily and it kept raining for thirteen days.
When it rained in the morning, the afternoon was beautiful and when it rained in the afternoon, the day was blessed with a clear morning.
Overall, the friends experienced eleven nice mornings and twelve nice afternoons. Can you find out the number of days they spent on vacation?
Cristina leaves home and then she makes exactly 3 left turns and returns home where she found 2 girls wearing the mask.
Who are these two masked girls?
How many triangles are there on the puzzle below?
See the given image carefully. What you have to do is move the blue checkers in the position of the black checkers and vice versa. You are only allowed to move the checker to an adjacent empty space. Do it in the least possible moves.
The inventor of the Rubik’s Cube didn’t realize he’d built a puzzle until he scrambled it the first time and tried to restore it.