• Which is larger, the number of seconds in a week or the number of minutes in a year?
    Which is larger, the number of seconds in a week or the number of minutes in a year?
  • What kind of room has no windows or doors?
    What kind of room has no windows or doors?
  • If two's company and three's a crowd, then four and five make?
    If two's company and three's a crowd, then four and five make?
  • If 11+12 = 32<br/>
12+13 = 52<br/>
13+14 = 72<br/>
15+16 = ?
    If 11+12 = 32
    12+13 = 52
    13+14 = 72
    15+16 = ?
  • I am a word of five letters.<br/>
People eat me.<br/>
If you remove my 1 letter I will be a form of energy.<br/>
If you remove my first 2 letters I will be needed for living.<br/>
If you remove my first 3 letters I will be a preposition.<br/>
If you remove my first 4 letters I will be a drink for you.<br/>
Answer if you are mastermind!
    I am a word of five letters.
    People eat me.
    If you remove my 1 letter I will be a form of energy.
    If you remove my first 2 letters I will be needed for living.
    If you remove my first 3 letters I will be a preposition.
    If you remove my first 4 letters I will be a drink for you.
    Answer if you are mastermind!
  • Your success is determined by what you are willing to sacrifice for it!
    Your success is determined by what you are willing to sacrifice for it!
  • Rearrange 'new door' to make one word instead.
    Rearrange 'new door' to make one word instead.
  • Can you find something which has keys that open no locks, with space but no room, and allows you to enter but not to go in?
    Can you find something which has keys that open no locks, with space but no room, and allows you to enter but not to go in?
  • A mother recently arranged a children's party and had 187 sweets to give out equally to the children. Each child had more than one sweet and there were more children than there were sweets per child. How many sweets did each child end up with?
    A mother recently arranged a children's party and had 187 sweets to give out equally to the children. Each child had more than one sweet and there were more children than there were sweets per child. How many sweets did each child end up with?
  • What number comes next in this sequence:<br/>

1 4 8 13 21 30 36 ==?==
    What number comes next in this sequence:
    1 4 8 13 21 30 36 ==?==
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