In This Video Given Below, Try To Solve The Puzzles
Answers The video and try to solve them by yourself and then suit your answers. I am sure it’s going to be fun
1. This man is really small. He can press button 17 in the elevator only with a paraglider or with a friend’s help.
2. No, because in 72 hours it’ll be night again and there can’t be any light in the sky.
3. This was mounted on a wall next door.
5. The girl sits down in your lap.
6. His friend next door was snoring softly but waking up to his phone’s sound.
7. Bottom board.
8. Nike established another plant, and began making separately left and right shoes.
9. Looking at our Watch.
10. Sherlock Holmes, for he is a character of fiction.
11. All of the bears were bandaged, and the children were advised to stay at the hospital to make things easier.
12. A note was posted on the theater door saying, “We kindly ask that all ladies take their hats off during the film. That is not true of old ladies.”
13. Between those 2 book pages, there are only the covers.
14. The rolling ball hits D onto the head. If the same ball bounces on the swing the spikes touch C. B, in turn, the counterweight ball thrown up and forward from the swing will hit you.
15. Right reply was letter C. Have you coped with this?
Top 10 Puzzles
Jigsaw puzzles, riddles, logical questions and critical thinking questions are an integral part of every work interview selection process.
By answering those top 10 interview puzzles, you can test how strong you are.
At the three corners of an equilateral triangle live three ants. Every ant randomly begins to select a direction and continues to travel along the edge of the triangle. What is the chance of both colliding with the ants?
During the evening four men have to cross a rickety bridge. Unfortunately, they only have one torch and crossing the bridge without one is too dangerous. The bridge has only the ability to support two at a time. Not every single person takes the same time to cross the bridge. Per individual time: 1 min, 2 min, 7 min and 10 minutes. Which is the shortest time required to cross the bridge for all four of them?
A man has two ropes of different thicknesses (these two ropes are not the same, they are not the same diameter, the same weight, or the same width). Each rope will burn within 60 minutes. Indeed he wants to clock 45 minutes. How will he use these two ropes to measure 45 mins?
Since the ropes are not there, he can not cut the one rope in half and he can’t be sure how long it will burn.
You stand right in front of two screens. Another track leads to heaven, the other leads to hell. There are two keepers, one at each entrance. You know that one of them is always telling the truth and that the other is always lying, but you don’t know who the truthful one is and who the liar. You should only ask one question about finding the way to heaven. What’s the problem then?
You are blindfolded, and 10 coins before you are set on the table. You are permitted to touch the coins, but they can not tell the way up by feeling. You’re told there are 5 head-up coins, and 5 tails up coins but not which ones. Why do you make 2 piles of coins with the same number of heads up each? You can use flip the coin.
A poor king has 1000 bottles of lovely and very expensive wine in his cellar. A neighbouring queen schemes and sends a servant to poison the wine to destroy the bad king. Fortunately (or even unfortunately) guards of the bad king capture the servant after only one bottle have been poisoned. Alas, the guards don’t know which bottle, but they know the poison is so potent that it will still kill the king even if it diluted 100,000 times. It also takes a month for it to have an impact. The poor king tries to get some of the prisoners to drink the wine in its huge dungeons. Being a wise bad king he knows that there’s no need to kill more than 10 prisoners? Believing he’d escape such a low mortality rate? And much of the wine (999 bottles) will still get drunk in 5 weeks ‘time for his anniversary celebration. Explain what the king has in mind, how does he do it?
You have 3 bottles all of which are mislabeled. One jar contains Apple, another one contains Oranges and a combination of Apple and Oranges is in the third pot.
You’re allowed to choose as many fruits from each container as you like to correct the labels on the jars. Which is the minimum number of fruits you need to select from and the jars to mark them correctly?
You’ve got two jars, 50 red marbles and 50 marbles in brown. You need to position all the marbles in the jars so that when you randomly pick one marble out of a container, you increase the chances of it being red. Once you pick it, you must first choose a jar at random, and then choose a marble from that jar at random. As you wish, you can arrange the marbles but each marble must be in a container.
You have someone working for you for seven days, and a gold bar to pay for you. The bar of gold is divided into seven parts joined together. At the end of everyday you have to give them a piece of gold. What and where are the fewest cuts to the gold bar which will allow you to pay him 1/7th every day?
You’ve got 100 doors in a row which are all closed initially. Each time you do 100 passes through doors beginning at the first door. Visit will door for the first time by you and toggle the door (if the door is closed, the door is opened, the door is closed). You just visit each 2nd door the second time (door # 2, # 4, # 6). Third time, every 3rd door (door # 3, # 6, # 9), ec, before you even hit the 100th door.
Puzzles are a safe training choice for the brain. We’ll publish more puzzles in the future so stay tuned.
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