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Riddle:

Joe has ten coins totaling $1.19. From these coins, he cannot make exact change for a dollar, half-dollar, quarter, dime, or nickel.
What are the coins?

Riddle:

A hobo picks up cigarette butts from the ground and can make a cigarette with 4 butts. If he finds 16 cigarette butts, how many cigarettes can he make?

Riddle:

Use the numbers 2, 3, 4 and 5 and the symbols + and = to make a true equation.
Conditions: Each must be used exactly once and no other numbers or symbols can be used.

Riddle:

I am the son of a chemist and a mathematician. People call me iron 59. What is my name?

Riddle:

You enter a room and notice a bed. There are 3 dogs, 2 cats, 1 goat, 4 crows, and a goose on the bed. In addition, 3 sparrows are flying around the bed.
How many LEGS are there on the floor?

Riddle:

If you're 8 feet away from a door and with each move you advance half the distance to the door. How many moves will it take to reach the door?

Riddle:

David was known as being lazy. He agreed to work on a job for his brother-in-law for thirty hours at eight dollars an hour, on the condition that he would forfeit ten dollars per hour for every hour that he idled. At the end of the thirty hours David wasn't owed any money and didn't owe his brother-in-law any money either. How many hours did Larry work and how many hours did he idle?

Riddle:

Given two 2s, "plus" can be changed to "times" without changing the results: 2 + 2= 2 x 2.
The solution with three numbers is easy too: 1 + 2 + 3= 1 x 2 x 3.
Now find the answer for 4 numbers and for 5 numbers.

Riddle:

123 = 0
4235 = 0
656 = 2
5390 = 2
8890 = 6
1001 = 2
19235 = 1
What is 123456789?

Riddle:

Look carefully at these graphs, can you find the actual height of the red bar?

Riddle:

If you randomly choose one of the following answers to this question, what is your chance of getting it right?
A) 50%
B) 25%
C) 0%
D) 25%

Riddle:

A nonstop train leaves Moscow for Leningrad at 60 mph. Another nonstop train leaves Leningrad for Moscow at 40 mph. How far apart are the trains 1 hour before they pass each other?

Riddle:

Two people are walking towards each other on a beach. They are both completely identical. Who will be the first to greet the other?

Riddle:

A recipe requires 15 minutes to cook. You have a 7 minutes hourglass and an 11 minutes hourglass with you. How will you measure 15 minutes using them?

Riddle:

Mary has four daughters, and each of her daughters has a brother. How many children does Mary have?

Riddle:

We have two soap of equal weights and a 3/4 pound weight.
However, after using 1/4 of soap we place all three objects on balance as On one side of balance we place one soap (unused) and on another side, we placed used soap (i.e 3/4th of soap) and 3/4 pound weight.
What is the soap weight?

Riddle:

A man has three daughters. A second, intelligent man, asked him the ages of his daughters. The first man told him that the product of their ages (them all multiplied together,) was 36. After thinking the second man was unable to find the answer and asked for another clue. The first man replies the sum of their ages is equal to his house door number. Still the second man was unable to answer and asked for another clue. The first man told him that his youngest daughter had blue eyes, and suddenly second man gave the correct answer. What were the ages of the first man's 3 children?

Riddle:

What can you stick between a 3 and a 4 so that the result is more than three but less than four?

Riddle:

If you have an 11 minute and 13 minute hourglass, how can you accurately time 15 minutes?

Riddle:

Casey buys a bracelet. She pays for the bracelet and pays $0.72 in sales tax. The sales tax rate is 6%.
What is the original price of the bracelet, before tax?

Riddle:

When I get multiplied by any number, the sum of the figures in the product is always me. What am I?

Riddle:

1 duck saw 4 elephants as it was going toward the river.
Every elephant noticed 2 monkeys going to the river.
Every monkey was carrying 1 dove in its paws.
How many animals are going to the river?

Riddle:

You have 3 boxes. One of them contains a prize. You were allowed to pick just one of them.
You pick - and it's empty.
With 2 boxes left, you now have one box in your hand and another box in front of you. If given the chance to exchange your box with the box in front of you, would you do it? Why, and why not?
(The 'Google Riddles' are interview questions those who wish to get hired were asked).

Riddle:

Mickey and Donald decided to take a break from shooting cartoons and played several golf matches against each other in a week.
They played for a pizza at each match, but no pizzas were purchased until the end of the week.
If at any time Mickey and Donald had the same number of wins, those pizzas were canceled. Mickey won four matches (but no pizzas), and Donald won three pizzas. How many rounds of golf were played?

Riddle:

A businessman buys a horse for $10 and sells it for $20. He then buys the same horse for $30 and sells it for $40.
How much has the businessman earned in these 2 deals?

Riddle:

I have a clock in my house, on the wall.
On a summer's day I forgot to wind it and it stopped. Then I went to visit a friend who had a watch that was always right on time. After I stayed for a bit, I went home, made a simple alteration and set the clock just right.
Now how did I do this when I had no watch on me to tell how long it took me to come back from my friend's place?

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