Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Bridge Crossing

Monday, April 18, 2011

Find the Word

I am a 10 letter word:

_R_NL_A_A_

Clues:
1. Girls like it.
2. Police use it.
3. Parents hate it.

Throw a Red color ruby in to blue color sea

What will happen if we throw a Red color ruby in to blue color sea?

Monday, April 11, 2011

Cannibals and Missionaries

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Animals and Birds in Zoo

There are Birds and Animals in the Zoo, the count of their heads gives 15 and the count of their legs gives 40.

Find how many birds and how many animals in the Zoo.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Not Your Brother

You give someone a dollar.
You are this person's brother, but the person is not your brother.

How can that be?

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Cup and Saucer

In cup and saucer which side does the handle present on the cup.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Bicycle Thieves

A man runs a bicycle shop, one day a tourist, came to his shop and bought a bicycle from him for $350. The cost price of the bicycle was $300. So the seller was happy that he had made a profit of $50 on the sale. However, at the time of selling the bill, the tourist offered to pay in cheques as he have no money with him. The seller hesitated. He had no arrangement with the banks to encash cheques. But he remembered that the shopkeeper next door has such a provision, and so he took the cheques to next door and got cash from him. The cheques were all of $100 each and so he had taken four cheques from the tourist total to $400. On encashing them seller pair back the tourist the balance $50.

The tourist happily took the bicycle.

However, the next morning the neighbour, who had taken the cheques to the bank, called on him and returned the cheques which had proved valueless and demanded the refund of his money. so he quietly refunded the money to his neighbour. He tried to the tourist, But tourist could not be found.

How much did the bicycle shopkeeper lose altogether in this unfortunate transaction

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Cave Puzzle

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Elephant Sale


An elephant seller captured  N elephants from 3 mountains for 9 kings. Same number of  elephants are captured from each mountain. Water for elephants are given using 5 tubs. Each tub accommodates same number of elephants.  Elephants are taken to the kings in 7 different ways. Each way accommodates same number of elephants. Elephants are sold to 9 kings. Each king will have same number of elephants.

How many numbers of elephant did seller captured.