Can you make a six-letter word using the letters N, A and B ?
Can you solve the tricky chess rebus puzzle below by ciphering the hidden meaning?
Two men play a dice game involving roll of two standard dice. Man X says that a 12 will be rolled first. Man Y says that two consecutive 7s will be rolled first. The men keep rolling until one of them wins.
What is the probability that X will win ?
The first box has two white balls. The second box has two black balls. The third box has a white and a black ball.
Boxes are labeled but all labels are wrong!
You are allowed to open one box, pick one ball at random, see its colour and put it back into the box, without seeing the colour of the other ball.
How many such operations are necessary to correctly label the boxes?
Solve the equation by replacing the alphabet with numbers.
MOM + MOM + NO = BOOK=
Sherlock Holmes was challenged to make a pre-drawn line smaller without erasing it. He did it in fractions of seconds. How?
π I am a 7 letter word.
π I like mornings
π If you remove my 1st letter you can drink me
π If you remove my 1st & 2nd letters π you may not like me
π If you remove my last letter, you will see me on television
πAnswer is really very interesting
Let us see who solves this....
Which is faster, Heat or Cold ? Explain.
There are three light switches outside a room. One of the switches is connected to a light bulb inside the room.
Each of the three switches can be either 'ON' or 'OFF'.
You are allowed to set each switch the way you want it and then enter the room(note: you can enter the room only once)
Your task is to then determine which switch controls the bulb?
You have two jars of chocolates labelled as P and Q. If you move one chocolate from P to Q, the number of chocolates on B will become twice the number of chocolates in A. If you move one chocolate from Q to P, the number of chocolates in both the jars will become equal.
Can you find out how many chocolates are there in P and Q respectively?
A Child was born in Lahore, Pakistan. Still, the child is not a Pakistani citizen. why?
In 2011, people playing Foldit, an online puzzle game about protein folding, resolved the structure of an enzyme that causes an Aids-like disease in monkeys. Researchers had been working on the problem for 13 years. The gamers solved it in three weeks.