There is a 5 gallon and a **3** gallon bottle. You also have a hose with unlimited water. How are you gonna make the 5 gallon have 4 gallons using your items?
(You don't know the exact dimensions of a gallon)

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

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?

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.

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?

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.

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?

Jack had only $2, but he needed $**3** for his cab fare home. He went to a pawn shop and pawned his $2 for $1.50. Jack then bumped into Don and told him that he would sell him his $2 pawn ticket for $1.50. Dan agreed. Since Jack started out with $2, and he ended up with $**3**, who is out the extra dollar and why?

You're on a ski lift, going from the bottom of the mountain to the top. How many chairs from the other side will you pass by?
A few choices:
1. Half of them
2. 2/**3** of them
**3**. All of them (but yours)
4. **3**/4 of them
(The 'Google Riddles' are interview questions those who wish to get hired were asked).

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?

If you have two twins, three triplets and four quadruplets, how many people do you have?

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

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?

A murderer is condemned to death. He has to choose between three rooms. The first is full of raging fires, the second is full of assassins with loaded guns, and the third is full of lions that haven't eaten in **3** years. Which room is safest for him?

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).

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?

A cat can jump up to 6 and a half meters. There is a window **3** feet away from the floor, but the feline can’t jump through it. Why?

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