500 bananas. First camel takes 3000 bananas to point A at 250 km apart from plantation in 3 trips and we will be having 1750 bananas at point A.from there to point B 250 km apart from point A and we will have 1000 bananas at point B. Still we havw to go 500 km and having 1000 bananas in hand so we can deliver 500 bananas in market.

The ten statements all contradict each other. So there can be at most one statement true. Now suppose there is no statement true. That would mean that statement 10 indeed would be true, which results in a contradiction. This means that exactly nine statements must be untrue, and thus only statement 9 is true..

There are 11 different ways:

123+45-67+8-9=100

123+4-5+67-89=100

123-45-67+89=100

123-4-5-6-7+8-9=100

12+3+4+5-6-7+89=100

12+3-4+5+67+8+9=100

12-3-4+5-6+7+89=100

1+23-4+56+7+8+9=100

1+23-4+5+6+78-9=100

1+2+34-5+67-8+9=100

1+2+3-4+5+6+78+9=100

Remark: if it is not only allowed to put plus signs and minus signs between the ciphers, but also in front of the first 1, then there is a twelfth possibility:

-1+2-3+4+5+6+78+9=100..

Note that Lisa does not know that William sometimes lies. Lisa reasons as if William speaks the truth. Because Lisa says after her third question, that she knows his number if he tells her whether the first digit is a 3, we can conclude that after her first three questions, Lisa still needs to choose between two numbers, one of which starts with a 3. A number that starts with a 3, must in this case be smaller than 50, so William's (lied) answer to Lisa's first question was "No". Now there are four possibilities: nummer is a multiple of 4 : (16, 36 number is a square) : 8, 12, 20, and more nummer is not a square nummer is not a multiple of 4 : (9, 25, 49 number is a square) : 10, 11, 13, and more nummer is not a square Only the combination "number is a multiple of 4" and "number is a square" results in two numbers, of which one starts with a 3. William's (lied) answer to Lisa's second question therefore was "Yes", and William's (true) answer to Lisa's third question was also "Yes". In reality, William's number is larger than 50, not a multiple of 4, and a square. Of the squares larger than 50 and at most 100 (these are 64, 81, and 100), this only holds for 81. Conclusion: William's real house-number is 81.

A number having this property is 20 (TWENTY)

T has 3 line segments.

W has 4 line segments.

E has 4 line segments.

N has 3 line segments.

T has 3 line segments.

Y has 3 line segments.

So the total number of line segments are 3+4+4+3+3+3= 20 = TWENTY( the number itself)

Sum of all the numbers from 1 to 9 is 45 if we divide 45 by 3 we get 15. So the triangle consists of 3 sides so all the three sides should have a sum of 15. So we have

Side 1 : 9+1+5

Side 2 : 3+4+8

Side 3 : 7+6+2.

1. At 6 o a clock ticks 6 times. The time between first and last ticks is 30 seconds. How long does it tick at 12?o clock

Answer: 60 Seconds

2. A hotel has 10 story. Which floor is above the floor below the floor, below the floor above the floor, below the floor above the fifth.

Answer: 5th floor.

3. Two trains starting at same time, one from Bangalore to Mysore and other in opposite direction arrive at their destination 1 hr and 4 hours respectively after passing each other. How much faster is one train from other?

Answer: 4 times faster than the other train.

4. A man collects cigarette stubs and makes one full cigarette with every 8 stubs. If he gets 64 stubs how many full cigarettes can he smoke?

Answer: 9 cigarettes.

5. There is one room with 3-bulbs inside and corresponding switches are outside the room. You make any combination of three switches and enter room only once. How do you find out the respective switches for these three bulbs.

Answer: I will switch on the first switch and wait for 5 minutes and then i will turn it off. Then switch on the second switch and then go to the room.

If the bulb is on then its the second switch.

If the bulb is off and cool then its the third switch.

If the bulb is off and hot (as had switched on the first switch for 5 min) then its the first switch

**8. The poor have it, the rich want it, but if you eat it you will die. What is this?**

The poor have nothing, the rich wants to do nothing, but if u eat nothing, you will die.

7*2(people) + 7*7*7*4(cats) + 7*7*7*7*4(small cats) = 10990

It can be any numbers

2 4 6

1 2 3

3 9 27

and so on.

We cannot say so because there can be any number of pages missing and whose sum adds up to 9808

We should ask one of them

"What should other man tell if i ask which is the door to heaven?"

Go through the door which he hasn't said

Explanation:

Let two door be A and B

Assume A is the door to heven

Case 1:

Question asked to the lier

The other man always tell the truth so he pick A.But the lier will say B

Case 2:

Question asked to the man who tells truth

The lier will pick B.And the true man tell the truth.

So both will pick B.So go through A the other door

"Question not upto the standard put some complicated one"

There are two solutions: First, the man takes the goat across, leaving the wolf with the cabbage. Then he goes back. Next, he takes the wolf across. Then the man goes back, taking the goat with him. After this, he takes the cabbage across. Then he goes back again, leaving the wolf with the cabbage. Finally, he takes the goat across. First, the man takes the goat across, leaving the wolf with the cabbage. Then he goes back. Next, he takes the cabbage across. Then the man goes back, taking the goat with him. After this, he takes the wolf across. Then he goes back again, leaving the wolf with the cabbage. Finally, he takes the goat across. .

The answer is:

a dice. An explanation: "It's always 1 to 6": the numbers on the faces of the dice, "it's always 15 to 20": the sum of the exposed faces when the dice comes to rest after being thrown, "it's always 5": the number of exposed faces when the dice is at rest, "but it's never 21": the sum of the exposed faces is never 21 when the dice is at rest, "unless it's flying": the sum of all exposed faces when the dice is flying is 21 (1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6)..

We know that Richard tells the truth on only a single day of the week. If the statement on day 1 is untrue, this means that he tells the truth on Monday or Tuesday. If the statement on day 3 is untrue, this means that he tells the truth on Wednesday or Friday. Since Richard tells the truth on only one day, these statements cannot both be untrue. So, exactly one of these statements must be true, and the statement on day 2 must be untrue. Assume that the statement on day 1 is true. Then the statement on day 3 must be untrue, from which follows that Richard tells the truth on Wednesday or Friday. So, day 1 is a Wednesday or a Friday. Therefore, day 2 is a Thursday or a Saturday. However, this would imply that the statement on day 2 is true, which is impossible. From this we can conclude that the statement on day 1 must be untrue. This means that Richard told the truth on day 3 and that this day is a Monday or a Tuesday. So day 2 is a Sunday or a Monday. Because the statement on day 2 must be untrue, we can conclude that day 2 is a Monday. So day 3 is a Tuesday. Therefore, the day on which Richard tells the truth is Tuesday. .

Tom takes a piece of fruit from the box with the labels 'Apples and Pears'. If it is an apple, then the label 'Apples' belong to this box. The box that said 'Apples', then of course shouldn't be labeled 'Apples and Pears', because that would mean that the box with 'Pears' would have been labeled correctly, and this is contradictory to the fact that none of the labels was correct. On the box with the label 'Appels' should be the label 'Pears'. If Tom would have taken a pear, the reasoning would have been in a similar way. .

The answer to this riddle is to arrange the trees in the shape of a 'star' as illustrated below.

DRAW A STAR TO GET THE ANSWER.

T

T T T T

T T

T

T T

Conventional 'Star drawing' has five lines. These five lines represent the five rows. At each node in the diagram where two 'lines of star' meet a tree can be planted. Thus each of the five rows has four trees.

Let v be the speed of the escalator, in steps per second. Let L be the number of steps that you need to take when the escalator stands still. Upwards (along with the escalator), you walk 1 step per second. You need 50 steps, so that takes 50 seconds. This gives: L - 50 ?v = 50. Downwards (against the direction of the escalator), you walk 5 steps per second. You need 125 steps, so that takes 25 seconds. This gives: L + 25 ?v = 125. From the two equations follows: L = 100, v = 1. When the escalator stands still, you need 100 steps..

If postman Pat would have delivered mail three times at each house, then the total sum of the house numbers per day would be (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10)?=165. Now that sum is 18+12+23+19+32+25=129. The difference is 165-129=36; divided by 3 this is 12. The sum of the house numbers where no mail was delivered is therefore 12. The following combination are possible: 2+10

3+9

4+8

5+7

Each day at four houses the mail was delivered. On Tuesday the sum was 12. 12 can only be made from four house numbers in 2 ways:

1+2+3+6

1+2+4+5

The same holds for Friday with the sum of 32

5+8+9+10

6+7+9+10

From this we can conclude that the house numbers 1, 2, 9 and 10 for sure have received mail, which means that the combination 2+10 and 3+9 are not possible. Also the combination 5+7 is not possible, because mail was delivered either at house 5 or at house 7. Thus the only remaining solution is: houses 4 and 8.

N.B.: there are various possibilities for the actual post delivery of the whole week. For example: Monday houses 1, 3, 5 and 9

Tuesday houses 1, 2, 3 and 6

Wednesday houses 1, 5, 7 and 10

Thursday houses 2, 3, 5 and 9

Friday houses 6, 7, 9 and 10

Saturday houses 2, 6, 7 and 10

For each father-son couple holds: the father bought x books of x shillings, the son bought y books of y shillings. The difference between their expenses is 21 shillings, thus x2 - y2 = 21. Since x and y are whole numbers (each book costs a whole amount of shillings), there are two possible solutions: (x=5, y=2) or (x=11, y=10). Because the difference between Alex and Peter is 5 books, this means that father Alex bought 5 books and son Peter 10. This means that the other son, Tim, bought 2 books, and that his father is Alex. .

n4*4=4n.

1) if n is single digit number then we get n will be fraction.

2)similarly tru for n as 2,3,4 digit numbers we won't get.

3) let n=abcde

then

abcde4*4=4abcde

which by solving we get 13*abcde=133328

so abcde=10256.

thus 102564*4=410256

Since Peter as only one doesn't teach Dutch language, and mister Dutch doesn't teach any course that is taught by Karl or mister Painter, it follows that Peter and mister Dutch are the same person and that he is at least math teacher. Simon and mister English both teach history, and are also among the three Dutch teachers. Peter Dutch therefore has to teach next to math, also chemistry. Because Steven is also chemistry teacher, he cannot be mister English or mister Painter, so he must be mister Writer. Since Karl and mister Painter are two different persons, just like Simon and mister English, the names of the other two teachers are Karl English and Simon Painter. Summarized:Peter Dutch, math and chemistrySteven Writer, Dutch and chemistrySimon Painter, Dutch and historyKarl English, Dutch and history..

If postman Pat would have delivered mail three times at each house, then the total sum of the house numbers per day would be (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10)?=165. Now that sum is 18+12+23+19+32+25=129. The difference is 165-129=36; divided by 3 this is 12. The sum of the house numbers where no mail was delivered is therefore 12. The following combination are possible

2+10

3+9

4+8

5+7

Each day at four houses the mail was delivered. On Tuesday the sum was 12. 12 can only be made from four house numbers in 2 ways:

1+2+3+6

1+2+4+5

The same holds for Friday with the sum of 32:

5+8+9+10

6+7+9+10

From this we can conclude that the house numbers 1, 2, 9 and 10 for sure have received mail, which means that the combination 2+10 and 3+9 are not possible. Also the combination 5+7 is not possible, because mail was delivered either at house 5 or at house 7. Thus the only remaining solution is: houses 4 and 8.

N.B.: there are various possibilities for the actual post delivery of the whole week.

For example: Monday houses 1, 3, 5 and 9

Tuesday houses 1, 2, 3 and 6

Wednesday houses 1, 5, 7 and 10

Thursday houses 2, 3, 5 and 9

Friday houses 6, 7, 9 and 10

Saturday houses 2, 6, 7 and 10 .

The cyclist drives one kilometer in three minutes with the wind in his back, so in four minutes he drives 1 1/3 kilometer. Against the wind, he drives 1 kilometer in four minutes. If the wind helps the cyclist during four minutes and hinders the cyclist during another four minutes, then - in these eight minutes - the cyclist drives 2 1/3 kilometers. Without wind, he would also drive 2 1/3 kilometers in eight minutes and his average speed would then be 17.5 kilometers per hour. So it will take him 3 3/7 minutes to drive one kilometer..

Ya,he can measure..

Initially 2 gm will be calculated by taking 3 gm and removing 1 gm using 1 gm mass..Then similarly,

2=3gm-1gm

4=3gm+1gm

5=9gm-(3gm+1gm)

6=9gm-3gm

7=(9gm+1gm)-3gm

8=9gm-1gm

10=9gm+1gm

11=(9gm+3gm)-1gm

12=9gm+3gm

13=9gm+3gm+1gm

Thus he can measure from 1-13 gms

Yes,D is a square with ends at (0,1),(1,0),(-1,0),(0,-1), and also we could draw a round which will go through these four points. Its equation is x^2+y^2=1. we could see the square is totally contained within the round. Also we will notice that any points in the round will have distance less than 1 from each other. So in conclusion, every points in D have distance at most 1 from each other .

the list goes:

E F D B C A G

hence,ans

1.b

2.d

2.b

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

F D C B G E A

B is the middle one means ,B=4.

G comes earlier than E & A>G=F<C means A-G=C-F. so.the order can be arranged as shown above.

1.B=4.

2.A-F=7-1=6.

3.None Of These

Take six balls 3 on each side and weigh. the weighter ball is not there then put the other two in scale and u can find. or else take the balls from the weighter side of the scale and take two from them and put in the scale. if that two are equal the the ball in your hand is the weightest one.

By putting 8 boxes in a box, the total number of empty boxes increases by 8 - 1 = 7. If we call x the number of times that 8 boxes have been put in a box, we know that 11 + 7x = 102. It follows that x=13. In total, 11 + 13 ?8 = 115 boxes have been used. .

Every natural number is member of one of the following six series:

0, 6, 12, 18, ...

1, 7, 13, 19, ...

2, 8, 14, 20, ...

3, 9, 15, 21, ...

4, 10, 16, 22, ...

5, 11, 17, 23, ...

If for a number in one of these series holds that it can be made using the numbers 6, 9, and 20, then this also holds for all subsequent numbers in the series (by adding a multiple of 6). To find out what the largest number is that cannot be made using the numbers 6, 9, and 20, we therefore only need to know, for every series, what the smallest number is that can be made in that way. In the series 0, 6, 12, 18, . the smallest number that can be made is 0 so there is no number that cannot be made.In the series 1, 7, 13, 19, ... the smallest number that can be made is 49 (20+20+9) so 43 is the largest number that cannot be made.

In the series 2, 8, 14, 20, ... the smallest number that can be made is 20 so 14 is the largest number that cannot be made.In the series 3, 9, 15, 21, ... the smallest number that can be made is 9 so 3 is the largest number that cannot be made.In the series 4, 10, 16, 22, . the smallest number that can be made is 40 (20+20) so 34 is the largest number that cannot be made.In the series 5, 11, 17, 23, ... the smallest number that can be made is 29 (20+9) so 23 is the largest number that cannot be made.Therefore, 43 is the largest number that cannot be made using the numbers 6, 9, and 20

In the morning, the 200 kilograms of cucumbers are 99% water. So the non-water part of the cucumbers has a mass of 2 kilograms. At the end of the day, the cucumbers are 98% water. The remaining 2% is still the 2 kilograms of non-water material (which does not change when the water evaporates). If 2% equals 2 kilograms, then 100% equals 100 kilograms. So, the greengrocer has 100 kilograms of cucumbers left at the end of the day..

Assume the number of oranges is A. Then A-1 is divisible by 3, 5, 7 and 9. So, A-1 is a multiple of 5?? = 315 (note: 9 is also a multiple of 3, so 3 must not be included!). We are looking for a value of N for which holds that 315? + 1 is divisible by 11. After some trying it turns out that N = 3. This means that the greengrocer has 946 oranges..

1 11 21 1211 111221 next element (2211111112)

lets see how ....

First we will ignore 1 and 11

taking 11 and 21 ... keep 11 at last = __11 and then reverse 21 as 12 and keep first we will get 1211.

moving further pick last 2 number as 21 and 1211 ...... follow same procedure keep first number in last = ....21 and now 1211 will change to 1112 ...... and keep in front 111221

next number will be

taking 1112 and 111221 as previous 2 number

......1112

2211111112 (answer) next in the sequence

**35. 361 -> 22
121 -> 14
81 -> 12
25 -> X
What is the value of X?**

Yes Correct Answer is 8.

Because 19*19=361 and 19+3=22.

11*11=121 and 11+3=14.

9*9=81 and 9+3=12.

5*5=25 and 5+3=8.

So we r starting with

4 points no of intersection-1

5 " " -3

6 " " " -6

continuing and by induction we have 28 intersection with 12 points

► Fill 3 liter jug n store it in a bucket.

► Again Fill 3 liter jug n store dat water in 5 liter jug.

► Again Fill 3 liter jug n store dat water till 5 liter jug gets full.

► u will get 1 liter water in dat 3 liter jug cuz u filled 5 liter jug by 3 liter jug twice i.e 3x2.

► store the remaining 1 liter into the bucket where v stored 3 liter. u will get 4 liter water now i.e 3+1

**38. In the Tour de France, what is the position of a rider, after he passes the second placed rider?**

second

Because he across second position person.So he get second position.

Firstly divide the 12balls into three groups of 4balls numbered 1,2,3

Weigh group1(g1) against group2(g2), g2 vs g3, g3 vs g1.

One of these would be equal. Note that the other group will have the ball we are in search of. Suppose take it as g2.

Now take a ball from either g1 or g3 and weigh the 4balls against g2.

Now, which ever weighs more or less than the ball from g1 or g2.

I think Miss Miranda her self is a student so she can give ten apples to her classmates and remaining one she'll have in her bowl for herself.

I think A will take 9-days.

All cars turn left or right.

OR

All the cars turn through right..so that the cars will not clash with each other..since all cars are coming in the same speed there is a possible of clashing each other..but when they all turns to the same direction there may be chances to avoid the clash between the cars..

The big pile of apples contains the same amount of large apples of half a shilling each (from mrs. Jones), as smaller apples of one third shilling each (from mrs. Smith). The average price is therefore (1/2 + 1/3)/2 = 5/12 shilling. But the apples were sold for 2/5 shilling each (5 apples for 2 shilling). Or: 25/60 and 24/60 shilling respectively. This means that per sold apple there is a shortage of 1/60 shilling. The total shortage is 7 shilling, so the ladies together started out with 420 apples. These are worth 2/5 ?420 = 168 shilling, or with equal division, 84 shilling for each. If Mrs. Jones would have sold her apples herself, she would have received 105 shilling. Conclusion: Mrs. Jones loses 21 shilling in this deal..

Because the water-lily doubles its size every day and the complete pool is covered after 20 days, half of the pool will be covered one day before that, after 19 days. Conclusion: After 19 days half of the pool will be covered by the water-lily .

From the second statement, we know that the six people sat at the table in the following way (clockwise and starting with Helen's husband):

Helen's husband, woman, man, woman, man, Esther Because Helen did not sit beside her husband, the situation must be as follows: Helen's husband, woman, man, Helen, man, Esther The remaining woman must be Anna, and combining this with the first statement, we arrive at the following situation:Helen's husband, Anna, man, Helen, Victor, Esther Because of the third statement, Jim and Roger can be placed in only one way, and we now know the complete order:Helen's husband Roger, Anna, Jim, Helen, Victor, Esther Conclusion: the name of Helen's husband is Roger

We will ask him simply while pointing to the left that which direction this is. if he say left than he knave and if he says right he is knight.

Note that it is a kind of trick question: the pillars stand next to each other. Which means that the cable goes 8 meters straight down and 8 meters straight up. Conclusion: The distance between the pillars is zero meters..

On the first day, the snail reaches a height of 5 meters and slides down 4 meters at night, and thus ends at a height of 1 meter. On the second day, he reaches 6 m., but slides back to 2 m. On the third day, he reaches 7 m., and slides back to 3 m. ... On the fifteenth day, he reaches 19 m., and slides back to 15 m. On the sixteenth day, he reaches 20 m., so now he is at the top of the pit! Conclusion: The snail reaches the top of the pit on the 16th day!... .

The calculation just makes no sense. The three salesman paid $27, of which the manager got $25 and the bellhop $2. Conclusion: There's no dollar missing at all. ..

OR

After returning 5 doller every one distribution is 8 doller and 33.333

but bellhop rutunr 1 doller then every one distribution is 9.3333

ie 9.3333*3 =28 and 2 doller is 30

General Gasslefield said:

"I will be shot."

If this statement was true, he would have been hung and thus not be shot. But then his statement would be false, which implies that he should be shot, making the statement true again, etc... In other words: the verdict of the court-martial could not be executed and the general was released..

If answer A would be correct, then answer B ("Answer A or B") would also be correct. If answer B would be correct, then answer C ("Answer B or C") would also be correct. This leads to the conclusion that if either answer A or answer B would be the correct answer, there are at least two correct answers. This contradicts with the statement that "there is only one correct answer to this question". If answer C would be correct, then there are no contradictions. So the solution is: answer C. .

Hans and Gerrie are standing with their backs towards each other!.