Find the sum of first 70 odd numbers?
Four boys and three girls are seated in a row at random. What are the
chances that the two children at the ends of the row will be girls?
Two grandmothers, with their two granddaughters;
Two husbands, with their two wives;
Two fathers, with their two daughters;
Two mothers, with their two sons;
Two maidens, with their two mothers;
Two sisters, with their two brothers;
Yet only six in all lie buried here;
All born legitimate, from incest clear.
How might this happen?
A man started business with a capital of $2,000.00, and increased his
wealth by 50 per cent every three years. How much did he possess at the expiration
of eighteen years?
When you don't have me, you want me, but when you do have me, you want to give me away. What am I?
It was Mammu's birthday and I decided to buy for her some sweets. There was an old woman in the candy shop.
I noticed something very strange, while she was weighting out sweets. She had just six weights and a balance scale.
That's all she had. With just this she was able to weight any unit number of ounces of candy- right from 1 to 364.
Can you say what the six weight were?
500 at the beginning, 500 at the end,
5 in the middle is seen,
The first of all letters, the first of all figures
Take up their stations between,
String them all together, and you will see
The name of an ancient king.
How many cats are there in picture
You are a prisoner sentenced to death. the Emperor offers you a chance to live playing a simple game.
He gives you 50 black marbles, 50 white marbles and 2 empty bowls.
He then says, " Divide these 100 marbles into these 2 bowls. You can divid them any way you like as long as you use all the marbles. Then I will blindfold you and mix the bowls arount . You then can choose one bowl and remove ONE marble. If the marble is WHITE you will live, but if marble is Black... you will die."
How do you divide the marble up so that you have the gretest probobability of choosing a WHITE marble?
A man had nine children, all born at regular intervals, and the sum of the
squares of their ages was equal to the square of his own. What was the age of
each? Every age was an exact number of years.
4150 6749 8163 3571 8466 9788
What is the next number in the sequence?
You were given nine same looking coins of which one is fake – weighs less. You can use
even arm balance. How do you find out which coin is fake in two scalings?
3 7 29 7 47 29 9 ? ?