If a boy blows 18 bubbles, then pops 6 eats 7 and then he pops 5 and blows **1**.
How many are left?

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.

If it takes 3 people to dig **1** hole how many people does it takes for **1**/2 an hole?

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?

Placed above it makes greater things small.
Placed beside it makes small things greater.
In matters that counts it always comes first.
Where others increase it keeps all things the same.
What is it?

Look at this sequence from top to bottom. What is the next number in the sequence?
**1**
11
21
1211
111221
312211
?

Mike has some chickens that have been laying him plenty of eggs. He wants to give away his eggs to several of his friends, but he wants to give them all the same number of eggs. He figures out that he needs to give 7 of his friends eggs for them to get the same amount, otherwise there is **1** extra egg left.
What is the least number of eggs he needs for this to be true?

An ant gets onto one end of a tight rope that is **1** meter long. The ant is traveling at **1** centimeter per second, but the entire rope is being stretched an extra **1** meter (1,000 centimeters) a second (it can be stretched forever).
Will the ant ever reach the other end of the rope?

The rungs of a 10 foot ladder attached to a ship are **1** foot apart. If the water is rising at the rate of one foot an hour, how long will it take until the water covers over the ladder?

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

In a football game, not a single man scored a goal, yet the final score was **1**-0. How can this be?

Four people need to cross a bridge in 17 minutes in the middle of the night. The bridge can only hold two or less people at any time and they only have one flashlight so they must travel together (or alone). The flashlight can only travel with a person so every time it crosses the bridge it must be carried back. Tom can cross in **1** minute, John can cross in 2 minutes, Sally can cross in 5 minutes, and Connor can cross in 10 minutes. If two people cross together they go as fast as the slower person.How can they cross the bridge in 17 minutes or less?

What is the value of **1**/2 of 2/3 of 3/4 of 4/5 of 5/6 of 6/7 of 7/8 of 8/9 of 9/10 of 1000?

The day before yesterday I was 21, and next year I will be 24. When is my birthday?

You are distributing vegetable oil. There are 21 bottles in total out of which 7 are full, 7 half empty and 7 empty. The oils has to be distributed among three people.
How will you distribute so that each person gets equal number of bottles and the same quantity of oil?

A car thief, who had managed to evade the authorities in the past, unknowingly took the automobile that belonged to Detective Anderson. The detective wasted no time and spared no effort in discovering and carefully examining the available clues. He was able to identify four suspects with certainty that one of them was the culprit.
The four make the statements below. From twelve of total statements, six are true and six false.
Suspect A:
**1**. C and I have met many times before today.
2. B is guilty.
3. The car thief did not know it was the Detective's car.
Suspect B:
**1**. D did not do it.
2. D's third statement is false.
3. I am innocent.
Suspect C:
**1**. I have never met A before today.
2. B is not guilty.
3. D knows how to drive.
Suspect D:
**1**. B's first statement is false.
2. I do not know how to drive.
3. A did it.
Which one is the car thief?

Ben has math lessons 4 times a week. If he has math 8:00 Monday, 9:20 on Tuesday, 10:40 on Wednesday, and **1**:20 on Friday, when does Ben have math on Thursday?

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