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John had 6 coins. He gave 3 away. How many coins does he have left?
John earned two stars. Jim earned three stars. How many stars did they earn . . .
Find the picture of the lightest object (by weight not by color).
How many fruits are there?
What will go next in the pattern?
There are three kittens. How many ears are there?
Which picture shows 3 + 4 = 7 ?
Which squares have the same number of dots?
How many different colors are used in the flag?
Which number will come before 6?
How many fish swim to the left?
What shape does the pencil draw?
How many rings are there?
How many balls are not touching the triangular frame?
John had 7 coins. He gave 3 away. How many coins does he have left?
John had 7 coins. He gave 2 away. How many coins does he have left?
John had 8 coins. He gave 3 away. How many coins does he have left?
John had 9 coins. He gave 3 away. How many coins does he have left?
John earned four stars. Jim earned three stars. How many stars did they . . .
John earned five stars. Jim earned three stars. How many stars did they . . .
John earned six stars. Jim earned three stars. How many stars did they earn . . .
John earned seven stars. Jim earned three stars. How many stars did they . . .
How many apples are there?
How many tangerines are there?
How many legs do they have?
There are three kittens. How many ears and tails are there?
Which picture shows 5 + 3 = 8 ?
Which picture shows 3 + 2 = 5 ?
Which picture shows 2 + 4 = 6 ?
Which picture shows the smallest number of blue disks?
Which squares together have 7 dots?
Which squares have a total of 6 dots?
Which squares have a total of 5 dots?
How many white stripes does the American flag contain?
How many white and red stripes does the American flag contain?
Which number will come just before 9?
Which number will come just before 15?
One pack of pencils has three pencils. Another pack has nine pencils. How . . .
How many apples are outside the semi-circle shape?
How many apples and tangerines are inside the semi-circle shape?
I am the third animal in line, and two more animals are after me in line. . . .
In Morse code, each symbol is either a dot or a dash. Which character . . .
How many fish swim to the right?
Red, yellow, long, green. Which word is the odd one out?
How many legs do they have?
John had nine coins. He gave seven coins away. How many coins does he have . . .
One pack of pencils has four pencils. Another pack has six pencils. How . . .
John earned three stars. Jim earned five stars. How many stars did they earn . . .
How many apples are inside the semi-circle shape?
Peter has three apples. John has only one apple. How many apples do the . . .
Jim tends a flock of sheep. He must divide the flock in half. How many . . .
John has 10 animals. 4 are lambs, 3 are pigs, and the rest are cows. How . . .
I am the fourth animal in line, and three more animals are after me in line. . . .
Which color is the ninth square?
There are nine numbers here. How many of them are less than 5?
How many letters are there in the English alphabet?
How many animals are there?
Anna lives in an apartment building. There are two levels above her and one . . .
In Morse code, each symbol is either a dot or a dash. Which character . . .
9 + 2 is less than I am. 8 + 5 is greater than I am. Who am I?
Find the amount of money in the picture.
How many fingers and thumbs are NOT being held up?
How many correct answers to this question are there below?
How many fish DO NOT swim to the left?
Select the group that has more circles.
I put four cards on a table. What is the order of the cards from the top to . . .
Alex asked Beatrice to move 1 step away from him. If he is on the second . . .
Anna bought 28 jellybeans. Eight of them are red and the rest are green. . . .
Find the odd one out.
How many more fish will there be in the first aquarium than in the second one . . .
How many hands are there in the picture?
John had eleven coins. He gave seven coins away. How many coins does he have . . .
John had fifteen coins. He gave seven coins away. How many coins does he . . .
John had twelve coins. He gave seven coins away. How many coins does he have . . .
John had eleven coins. He gave six coins away. How many coins does he have . . .
One pack of pencils has four pencils. Another pack has nine pencils. How . . .
One pack of pencils has six pencils. Another pack has fifteen pencils. How . . .
One pack of pencils has seven pencils. Another pack has twelve pencils. . . .
John earned nine stars. Jim earned five stars. How many stars did they earn . . .
Peter has five apples. John has only one apple. How many apples do the . . .
Peter has seven apples. John has one apple less than Peter. How many apples . . .
Peter has six apples. John has one apple less than Peter. How many apples . . .
Peter has ten apples. John has one apple less than Peter. How many apples . . .
Jim had a flock of sheep shown in the picture. He bought the same number of . . .
John has twelve animals. Four are lambs, three are pigs, and the rest are . . .
John has eleven animals. Four are lambs, three are pigs, and the rest are . . .
I am the sixth animal in line, and two more animals are after me in line. . . .
Which color is the ninth square from the right?
There are nine numbers here. How many of them are less than 6?
There are nine numbers here. How many of them are less than 4?
How many letters are there in the English alphabet before letter V?
Anna lives in an apartment building. There are five levels above her and . . .
Anna has fifteen strawberries. She eats seven of them. Which number sentence . . .
Jim counts the number of eyes and tails of his cows. He gets 6. How many . . .
How many legs and hands do they have?
Anna is making a pattern with beads. There are 6 black and 4 white beads on . . .
What is the minimum number of matchsticks necessary to spell the word "TEN"? . . .
How many different letters are there?
Which number has more letters?
Which word in this question is the longest?
Forty young people participated in a competition. Six of them were girls. . . .
How many different letters are there in the word?
One pack of pencils has 4 pencils. Another pack has 11 pencils. How many . . .
Anna has fourteen strawberries. She eats five of them. Which number sentence . . .
Which words make this statement true? (50 + 10 + 20) ______ (120 – 50)
Anna's pencil is 14 centimeters long. Bob's pencil is 3 centimeters longer . . .
There are ten apples in each bag. What would result in the largest number of . . .
Jim counts the number of eyes of his cows. There are six eyes. How many . . .
The girl is twice as tall as her dog. Her dog's height is 70 cm. How tall . . .
Which number is smaller than the number that is being served now?
Find the rule. Find the error:
The chessboard consists of squares arranged in two alternating colors (light . . .
There are 3 groups. There are 2 kittens in each group. Which sentence . . .
Anna bought 28 jellybeans. She wanted to give half of them to Bill. She gave . . .
How many legs do they have?
We need three different colors of fabric to make a flag of the United State of . . .
Anna is making a pattern with beads. There are 6 black and 4 white beads on . . .
Henrietta the Hen lays eggs this week. There are more than 3 eggs. There . . .
What is the largest number of fish swimming in the same direction?
Which gives the largest answer?
Find the odd member of the series.
A farmer has 8 sheep. He buys three times more than he originally had. How . . .
Anna lives in an apartment building. There are three levels above her and one . . .
Anna lives in an apartment building. There are six levels above her and five . . .
One pack of pencils has 14 pencils. Another pack has 31 pencils. How many . . .
One pack of pencils has 12 pencils. Another pack has 31 pencils. How many . . .
Anna has sixteen strawberries. She eats seven of them. Which number sentence . . .
Anna has seventeen strawberries. She eats seven of them. Which number . . .
Anna has nineteen strawberries. She eats seven of them. Which number . . .
Which words make this statement true? (40 + 10 + 20) ______ (120 – 40)
Which words make this statement true? (4 – 1 + 20) ______ (70 – 48)
Which words make this statement true? (50 + 10 + 20) ______ (110 – 30)
Which words make this statement true? (40 + 10 + 20) ______ (121 – 50)
Anna's pencil is 14 centimeters long. Bob's pencil is 4 centimeters longer . . .
Anna's pencil is 14 centimeters long. Bob's pencil is 4 centimeters longer . . .
There are ten apples in each bag. What would result in the smallest number of . . .
The girl is one and half times as tall as her dog. Her dog's height is 80 . . .
The girl is 50 cm taller than her dog. Her dog's height is 90 cm. How tall . . .
The girl is 50 cm taller than her dog. Her dog's height is 80 cm. How tall . . .
The girl is 60 cm taller than her dog. Her dog's height is 90 cm. How . . .
Which set has the largest number of spots?
The chessboard consists of squares arranged in two alternating colors (light . . .
Anna bought 28 jellybeans. She wanted to give half of them to Bill. She gave . . .
Anna bought 28 jellybeans. She wanted to give half of them to Bill. She gave . . .
Anna bought 28 jellybeans. She wanted to give half of them to Bill. She gave . . .
One pack of pencils has 5 pencils. Two other packs have 14 pencils each. . . .
One pack of pencils has 4 pencils. Two other packs have 17 pencils each. . . .
What fraction of these animals are not dogs?
The Smith family went on a horseback trip. All together, there were 54 legs. . . .
The Smith family went on a horseback trip. All together, there were 36 legs. . . .
Anna's desk is in the second row from the front and the fourth row from the . . .
The book has 125 pages. Bill has read 49 pages. How many pages does Bill . . .
How many cells show a number smaller than 5?
In Morse code, each symbol is either a dot or a dash. The Morse code was . . .
Anna bought 27 jellybeans. Eight of them were red and the rest were green. . . .
Find the odd one out.
Which of the following objects are least like the others?
Which time is shown on the clock?
Eleven girls went to Mrs. Smith's class. If there were 2 more boys than . . .
If I split each nut into two parts how many halves will I get?
In a race, Jane finished second best, which was also second from last. How . . .
If I counted 24 legs in a class, how many students are there in the class?
Cindy is the third from the left and the second from the right. How many . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
One pack of pencils has 4 pencils. Two other packs have 11 pencils each. . . .
The symbol '>' means 'is greater than'. The symbol '<' means 'is less than'. . . .
What fraction of these animals are dogs?
Eugenia turned 9 in 2007. In what year was she born?
Mrs. Johnson is placing apples on shelves, as shown here. Estimate the total . . .
Anna hung 3 photographs in a line. Photographs that are hung next to each . . .
Each of four children has a photo. Anna and Bill's photos show water. Only . . .
Start from the red circle. First go 1 block north, then go 2 blocks east, . . .
How many letters are there in the correct answer to this question?
The Smith family went on a horseback trip. All together, there were 48 legs. . . .
Anna's desk is in the third row from the front and the second row from the back . . .
The book has 123 pages. Bill has read 45 pages. How many pages does Bill . . .
How many cells show a number greater than 5?
Add the adjacent numbers together and write their sum in the block above them. . . .
How many 3-digit numbers can you make using 1 and 2 ?
How many correct answers are there to this question? Remember, there may be . . .
What is the lowest number of chain links that must be opened and closed to join . . .
How many dots in the next pattern in the sequence?
The diagram shows all of the results of a six-person contest. An arrow . . .
If each row and each column of the square must contain exactly one triangle, . . .
John bought twice as many fish as his dad. If they bought a total of six . . .
John and Jim are twins. How many grandparents do they have?
What is the lowest number of rings that must be opened to separate all of them?
In one trip a car can take 7 people. How many trips are needed to move 33 . . .
How many triangular areas are there in the picture?
One pack of pencils has 17 pencils. Another pack has 31 pencils. How many . . .
One pack of pencils has 9 pencils. Another pack has 31 pencils. How many . . .
One pack of pencils has 6 pencils. Two other packs have 17 pencils each. . . .
One pack of pencils has 5 pencils. Two other packs have 16 pencils each. . . .
Eugenia turned 13 in 2012. In what year was she born?
Anna hung 3 photographs in a line. Photographs that are hung next to each . . .
Anna, Bill, Cindy, and David show their photos. Each of four children has a . . .
Start from the red circle. First go 2 blocks north, then go 1 block east, . . .
The Smith family went on a horseback trip. All together, there were 42 legs. . . .
The Smith family went on a horseback trip. All together, there were 30 legs. . . .
The book has 123 pages. Bill has read 48 pages. How many pages does Bill . . .
How many 2-digit numbers can you make using 1 and 2 ?
There are four more girls than boys in a class. There are twenty six students . . .
How many pineapples are needed to produce 6 glasses of juice?
Henrietta the Hen lays eggs this week. There are more than 3 eggs. There . . .
A farmer has 8 sheep. He buys two times more than he originally had. How . . .
How many letters are there in the word that is always spelled wrong?
Find the odd member of the series.
At the next stop, 3 students get off while 5 get on. If initially there were . . .
From which state does the vehicle registration plate include the characters 4 . . .
Which city name contains the greatest number of letters?
In a basketball tournament, there are 7 teams. Each of the teams plays two . . .
At a parking place, I counted 100 tires. There are only 4-wheel cars. How . . .
Which word in the phrase below is the shortest? Keep It Simple, Stupid - KISS
Each table in a restaurant seats four people. How many tables do you need to . . .
Mr. Happy has 4 daughters. Each of his daughters has two brothers. How many . . .
The calculation is correct. Which number is hidden by the clouds?
The Smiths have four daughters. Every daughter has exactly three brothers. . . .
We come off at exit 42 and we have just passed exit 38. The exits are 6 . . .
If my age 8 years ago was 8, what will my age be 8 years from now?
Jane started eating a candy per day on Monday. She never missed the . . .
876 passengers are in the train station. 159 get on a train. About how many . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
Rebecca has 81 coins to share between 9 children. How many coins will each . . .
On a trip, there are 11 children and 1 adult per boat. If a total of 96 . . .
There are two more girls than boys in a class. There are twenty students in all. How many . . .
Sixteen teams enter a hockey tournament. If there can be no draws, how many . . .
There are three separate large red boxes, and inside each large box there are . . .
Jim Smith drinks a magic potion that reduces his weight by half. He was . . .
John works from nine o'clock in the morning until half past six in the evening. . . .
Jim mowed the area of his lawn shown on the diagram for 12 minutes. How much . . .
American president Franklin D. Roosevelt died in 1945 at the age of 63. In . . .
Each fence post is 12 centimeters wide. The distance between the posts is 8 . . .
Which rule is used for the In-Out machine?
Which letter has two parallel lines?
Roman numerals are a numeral system of Ancient Rome based on letters of the . . .
Find the expression that is INCORRECT.
How many 2-digit numbers have no repeated digits?
Anna reads four books every month. She takes a break and does not read any . . .
A fifth grade class sold 123 tickets for its class concert. Each ticket costs . . .
Bob is exactly 488 months old. How old is he?
How many different sets of the following numbers add up to the number 33? 1 . . .
There are eight buckets; four of them are filled with water. What is the . . .
I put four cards on a table. What is the order of the cards from the top to . . .
There are 5 coins in the first pile, 8 in the second, 11 in the third, and 16 . . .
Which matchstick do you remove to make the equation correct?
What is the smallest number of arrows pointing in the same direction?
What is the next letter in this series?
The book has 126 pages. Bill has read 48 pages. How many pages does Bill . . .
Rebecca has 117 coins to share between 9 children. How many coins will each . . .
On a trip, there are 8 children and 2 adults per boat. If a total of 90 . . .
There are four more girls than boys in a class. There are twenty students in . . .
Thirty-two teams enter a hockey tournament. If there can be no draws, how . . .
Jim Smith drinks a magic potion that reduces his weight by half. He was . . .
How many pineapples are needed to produce 9 glasses of juice?
Roman numerals are a numeral system of Ancient Rome based on letters of the . . .
In one trip a car can take 8 people. How many trips are needed to move 41 . . .
Which of the following is least like the others?
Which number is spelled in alphabetical order?
What word has letters that are not in alphabetical order?
I missed the bus because I arrived 15 minutes late. If the bus departed at . . .
How many months have 30 days?
How many empty squares are there on the chessboard?
A doctor gave me 7 pills and told me to take one every half hour. How long . . .
A math teacher usually has 21 students in her class. Anna, Bill, and Craig are . . .
Mrs. Smith's class counted by 6. Each student said one number. How many . . .
The temperature was -5°C at the summit of the Matterhorn, while it was . . .
Mary's father has 4 daughters. They are Kate, Late, Mate, and one more. Who . . .
In a family, there are four sisters. Every sister has one brother. How many . . .
Which number is the largest if Dan's number is 19?
Multiply the number of legs by the number of tails and subtract the number of . . .
How many positive whole numbers have the same number of letters as its value?
I require a passcode that uses 4 different numbers. I chose the code with the . . .
The school bus leaves at 8:10 am. Gerry wants to arrive 15 minutes early to . . .
Seven kids play some games of Chess. If each of them plays just one game . . .
What triangle is missing?
In a Zoo section, there are only green lizards and cobras. If there are 44 . . .
How many times is the abbreviation FB shorter than the word . . .
If there are 25 school buses and each can hold 32 children, how many children . . .
If we define the 6 letters in the middle of the alphabet as average letters, . . .
THIS TEXT IS IN UPPER CASE. This text is in lower case. What is the . . .
I bought two dozen T-shirts and 12 pairs of short socks. If I change the . . .
Sam loves marbles. 179 of his 345 marbles rolled away. About how many . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
Dan has 75 eggs to pack into boxes. Each box can hold 6 eggs. How many boxes . . .
A student has 2 shirts (black and white), 2 pants (black and white), and 2 . . .
What is the number we started with?
There are 20 students in a class. 12 students have red stars and 8 students . . .
Tom writes a total of forty words on five blank cards. He writes nine words . . .
John read a 308-page book in 2 weeks. He read every day including weekends. . . .
Steve has three jackets, three pairs of socks and three shirts ready to wear on . . .
Jim is training for a race. He uses this map to find possible routes. The route . . .
The diagram shows some of the results of a six-person contest. An arrow . . .
What rule is used for the In-Out machine? Remember, there may be more than . . .
David built a display stack using 8 layers of cans. How many cans did he . . .
A leap year (or intercalary year) is a year containing one extra day. The . . .
Brad has as many brothers as sisters. How many more brothers than sisters . . .
The Chinese Calendar is based on a twelve-year cycle. Each year in the cycle . . .
Which number divided by 2001 is the same as that number multiplied by 2001?
What is the smallest integer that can be written entirely with zeros and ones . . .
What is the maximum possible sum of digits on a digital clock between the . . .
If I put the numbers 1 to 6 on the faces of each of 4 dice such that the sum of . . .
I multiply three positive integers that are greater than 1 and get 333. Find . . .
X is a whole number. X + 6 is greater than 33 X – 6 is less than 22 Find . . .
With the cash in her pocket, Mrs. Smith can either exactly afford ice cream . . .
Eugenia's age today is 6 times her age 10 years ago. What is her age today?
If 3 of every 150 astronauts are NOT married, then what percentage of all . . .
Multiply the largest three-digit number by the smallest three-digit number and . . .
I want to separate all the golden rings. What is the smallest number of . . .
Each box is labeled incorrectly. I want that the boxes are labeled correctly. . . .
There are 5 coins in the first pile, 8 in the second, 11 in the third, and 16 . . .
How many different sets of two positive integers add up to the number 33?
How many steps are required to break the Swiss chocolate bar into 1 x 1 pieces? . . .
Tricky Equation Puzzle: the equation below is wrong: 102 - 99 = 1 Which . . .
A cube consists of small black and white cubes. A black face always touches . . .
Roman numerals are the number system of Ancient Rome based on letters of the . . .
In how many ways can you choose 4 consecutive numbers from the first 8 positive . . .
The weight limit for an elevator is 800kg. Which statement is absolutely . . .
Which shape must be placed in the empty space?
Find the average of the largest six numbers in the table.
In a family photo, I see 1 grandmother, 1 grandfather, 2 fathers, 2 mothers, 2 . . .
Pascal's triangle. What is the missing number?
A glass holds 180 ml of juice when it is one quarter empty. How much does it . . .
On a trip, there are 12 children and 2 adults per boat. If a total of 98 . . .
On a trip, there are 9 children and 2 adults per boat. If a total of 99 . . .
Jim Smith drinks a magic potion that reduces his weight by half. He was . . .
John works from nine o'clock in the morning until half past six in the evening. . . .
For which letter did I use the smallest amount of paint?
Roman numerals are a numeral system of Ancient Rome based on letters of the . . .
Roman numerals are a numeral system of Ancient Rome based on letters of the . . .
How many 2-digit numbers do not contain a zero?
Anna reads an average of three books per month. She takes a break and does . . .
A fifth grade class sold 111 tickets for its class concert. Each ticket cost . . .
Bob is exactly 499 months old. How old is he?
John has three pants, three pairs of socks, three hats, and three shirts ready . . .
Jim is training for a race. He uses this map to find possible routes. He choose . . .
For a school show, 880 chairs are arranged equally in 44 rows. How many . . .
A box holds 22 apples. How many apples are there in 21 boxes?
The area of the first page of a book is 600 square centimeters. What is the . . .
Anna wants to earn exactly 44 points. The ducks give different points. How . . .
Evguenia is 9 years old. What is the largest number of birthdays she can . . .
The pages of a book are consecutively numbered from 1 through 999. How many . . .
Each child in a family has at least 2 brothers and 3 sisters. What is the . . .
What is the letter, which goes before O?
If I delete a letter in a word, then only one is left. Find the word.
The five pieces of chain shown must be joined into a long chain. How many . . .
My dad's sister's son's father is
Benny Bunny starts jumping from a hole. It takes six seconds for every 10 . . .
Each of the 20 Knights of the Round Table clinked his mug with the Knights on . . .
Which one of the four designs is least like the other three?
Gerry's circular garden is 1200 m in diameter and has no fence. How far can a . . .
After a 2-month tennis course, three friends recorded their weight loss. . . .
Gerry and Jane spent a week on an island and they ate only coconuts. Gerry . . .
This year, in what month does the 111
^{th}
day occur?
Ten apples are distributed among Anna, Bill, Cindy, and Dan such that everybody . . .
What is the difference between a dollar and twenty five-cents? 1 dollar = . . .
Fifteen students took part in a math competition. The number of children who . . .
A puppy sleeps a total of 100 hours per week of 7 days. He usually sleeps 1 . . .
Anna, Bill, and Cooper are friends. If the following statements are all . . .
If Jane has eight dimes, and Gerry has the same amount in nickels, how many . . .
Gerry bought Benny Bunny for $9, sold it for $10, bought it back for $11, then . . .
Joe, Jim, and John bought a large chocolate bar. Joe cut it into 6 equal . . .
Each boy receives 2 presents and each girl receives twice as many as a boy. . . .
On every even-numbered day, John eats 2 pears. He eats 3 apples on every . . .
On an island, kids always tell the truth and the adults always lie. Which of . . .
For a school show, 880 chairs are arranged equally in 40 rows. How many chairs . . .
A box holds 222 apples. How many apples are there in 20 boxes?
The area of the first page of a 100-page book is 666 square centimeters. . . .
The mass of Earth is 5.9742 x 10
^{24}
kg, the mass of Venus is 4.8685 . . .
The total weight of Bob and his sister Anna is 155 kilograms. Bob's weight is 2 . . .
Find two numbers whose sum is 100 and whose product is 99.
A group of 7 adults and 8 young children want to rent sailing boats. Each boat . . .
Alex, Bill, and Craig have a combined weight of 120 kilograms. Alex weighs 40 . . .
Anna wants to earn exactly 5 points. The ducks give different points. How . . .
If you write all numbers from 0 to 109, which digit (numeral) will you write . . .
John has two parents and four grandparents. How many ancestors did he have . . .
A letter in the English alphabet has four times as many letters after it as . . .
The sum of four consecutive numbers is 2010. What is the sum of all the . . .
12 students are evenly spaced on the circumference of a big circle. They are . . .
Eugenia is 9 year-old. What is the largest number of birthdays she can . . .
There are 4 cards with numbers. They are arranged from smallest to largest. . . .
Find the first of 100 consecutive integers, if the sum of the first and last is . . .
How many numbers between 222 and 444 begin or end with 3?
The length of a soccer pitch is 110 meters and the width is 66 meters. The . . .
Three boys put $52, $60, and $70 in a piggy bank. Alex is 100 cm tall. . . .
Alex paints twice as fast as Bill and three times as fast as Craig. It takes . . .
The pages of a book are consecutively numbered from 1 through 999. How many . . .
There are 72 rabbits in Funnytown. The population of rabbits in Funnytown . . .
Each child in a family has at least 3 brothers and 4 sisters. What is the . . .
The time on a digital clock reads 9:43. What is the shortest length of time, . . .
Five apples weigh the same as 24 eggs. Two pineapples weigh the same as 32 . . .
How many different pairs can be formed from three boys and three girls?
This sentence has thirty-three letters.
How many different ways are there to go from A to B?
Swiss trains leave from Zurich for Geneva every hour. The trip takes three . . .
A cube consists of small black and white cubes. Two small cubes of the same . . .
I enclosed 9 apple trees using a large square fence. What is the smallest . . .
A number is said to be perfect if it is equal to the sum of its divisors. . . .
Find the scheme that differs from the others.
The matchsticks make four small squares and one big square. How many . . .
Logic puzzle. There are three mothers and three daughters in a group of . . .
How many white squares are there in the picture?
Each child in a family has at least one brother, two sisters, and two parents. . . .
In a football tournament, every team plays a match against every other team . . .
Two hundred employees work for company XYZ, where the ratio of men to women is . . .
The product X = 2 x 2 x 3 x 5 x 7 x 7 x 11 x 13 x 17 x 19 is not . . .
I want to move just one matchstick to make the equation correct. From which . . .
2889 digits are used to number the pages of a book beginning at page 1. How . . .
Four sisters are all 2 years apart in age. The total of their ages is equal . . .
My neighbor works 5 days per week and sells three times more flowers on Friday . . .
In a competition, 16 teams play each of the other teams twice. What is the . . .
What is the largest possible number of pieces you can produce if you cut a . . .
Anna bought jellybeans. She gave 9/11 of them to Bill. If Anna kept 18 . . .
I would like to plant 10 trees in 5 rows of X trees. What is the largest . . .
Eight people pay $6.50 each for a meal in a restaurant. They leave a 10% tip . . .
What is the largeest number of matchsticks I need to remove to make 10?
An apple costs $1 and a half of the price of the apple. How much does it . . .
Logic puzzle: What happens once in a minute, twice in a week, and once in a . . .
Dan has 88 eggs to pack into boxes. Each box can hold 6 eggs. How many boxes . . .
A student has 2 shirts (black and white), 2 pants (black and white), 2 ties . . .
John read a 294-page book in 2 weeks. He read every day including weekends. . . .
Jim is training for a race. He uses this map to find possible routes. He choose . . .
The diagram shows some of the results of a six-person contest, each player . . .
David built a display stack using 8 layers of cans. How many cans did he . . .
What is the smallest integer in the series, which is evenly divisible by 9?
Brad has as many brothers as sisters. What is the largest number?
The Chinese Calendar is based on a twelve-year cycle. Each year in the cycle . . .
Which number divided by 333 is the same as that number multiplied by 333?
What is the smallest integer that can be written entirely with zeros and 2s and . . .
44 students are evenly spaced on the circumference of a big circle. They are . . .
A brick weighs 4 pounds plus half a brick. How heavy is the brick?
The sum of three consecutive whole numbers is 999900. What is the smallest . . .
Ninety-nine people stand in a line (queue) to buy tickets to a match. There . . .
Dick is three years older than two times Joanna's age. If Joanna is j years . . .
Of the 26 capital letters, how many are symmetrical along the vertical axis?
I multiply two positive integers and get 629. Find one of the numbers.
With the cash in her pocket, Mrs. Smith can either exactly afford ice cream . . .
Eugenia's age today is twice her age 5 years ago. What is her age today?
If 3 of every 120 astronauts are NOT married, then what is the percentage of . . .
Multiply the largest two-digit number by the smallest two-digit number and add . . .
Tricky Equation Puzzle: the equation below is wrong: 12 + 3 = 4 Which . . .
Roman numerals are a numeral system of Ancient Rome based on letters of the . . .
A glass holds 180 ml of juice when it is one third empty. How much does it . . .
In a class of 42 children there are twice as many girls as boys and twice as . . .
Book is to page as library is to
A quarter is a third of it. What is it?
Six goldfish need 2/3 of a cup of fish food per week. How many fish could be . . .
In a paper box, two thirds of the pieces of fruit are apples. The rest are . . .
Which city is the odd one out?
Anna, now 18 years old, is three times as old as her brother. How old will . . .
United we stand, divided we fall. How many sets of antonyms are there . . .
A boat can hold a maximum of two people. The width of a lake is about 200 . . .
A basket full of coconuts weighs 39kg. A half-full basket weighs 21kg. How . . .
In twelve years from now, John will be twice his current age. How old is he . . .
Evguenia tried to sell her car for $50,000. Nobody bought it. She decided to . . .
A swimming school costs $129 a month, but costs $1,390 annually if you pay the . . .
In a country, students attend school 200 days in a year. What part of the . . .
I bought 3 ice-creams. I gave the cashier $20 and got $9.50 change. What is . . .
A hockey league consists of 6 teams, with 100 players in total. Each team has . . .
Gerry drove 210 miles from home to his college and used 14 gallons of gasoline. . . .
The 136 sixth graders and their 8 teachers will be taking a trip together. . . .
Three U.S. coins add up to $1. If one of them is not a half dollar, what is . . .
Gerry wants to share the chocolate bar equally with five of his friends by . . .
What triomino goes next?
The sum of the family members' ages is 222. What will the sum of their ages . . .
In a pizzeria, you pay $7 for each of the first three pizzas, and $6 for the . . .
I choose a positive integer, add 3, multiply by 6 and divide the result by . . .
Which of these is the longest time?
Kate has five haystacks in one field and one haystack in another. How many . . .
Jane lives exactly in the middle on a short street. How many houses are there . . .
Andrew is shorter than Blake but taller than Carter. Dylan is taller than . . .
Jane races on a circular track. Her bicycle tire has a circumference of 1.5 . . .
The unit price of a thingamajig is $3.50. If I buy 10, the unit price drops . . .
6 boys and 12 girls attend prom at the Cool High School. If each of the boys . . .
The playing cards shown need to be sorted into increasing order with the lowest . . .
If Edgar cleans his teeth twice per week and changes the toothbrush every time . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
If you pick 3 apples a day and you eat 4 apples every fifth day, how many . . .
Eight apples are worth three oranges. I bought all these fruits for $5. . . .
There are rabbits and eagles in a zoo. There are 29 heads and legs in total. . . .
On an island, kids always tell the truth and the adults always lie. Which of . . .
The ratio of goats to tigers in a zoo is 3:2. There are a total of 100 . . .
Anna spent $9.90 on groceries. She bought three liters of milk and 24 cereal . . .
Which statement is INCORRECT? Here, 'even' is an even number; 'odd' is an . . .
Ten men met at a conference. Each man shook hands with each of the other men . . .
A brick weighs 777 grams plus half a brick. How heavy is the brick?
For every birthday, John's parents put as many dollars in a piggy bank as his . . .
The product of three consecutive whole numbers is 999,900. What is the . . .
Three boys, A, B, and C, are at the corners of a rectangular field. At which . . .
Eugenia, the magician, receives a 50% discount every time she asks for the . . .
The picture shows two dice with faces numbered 1 through 6. Six faces are . . .
Find the average of the numbers 7 77 777 7777 77777 777777 7777777 . . .
A melon slice weighs 5kg, and 95% of the weight is from water. After lying in . . .
Four friends tried to guess the number of sheep in a flock. Alex guessed 21, . . .
Ninety-nine people stand in a line (queue) to buy tickets to a match. There . . .
How many whole numbers between 222 and 444 include the number 3?
A dozen balls cost you $40. You get every fifth ball for free. How many . . .
If nine hens can lay six eggs in two days, how many hens would be needed to lay . . .
What is the lowest number of chain links that must be opened to join the pieces . . .
How many circles can be placed inside the rectangle without intersection?
What do the snowflakes have in common?
What number should replace the question mark?
Tree diagrams present the hierarchical structure of schools or companies. . . .
A dragon drank 1/5 of the water in a lake. After a break, he drank 1/4 of the . . .
How many ways can one travel from point H to point F if moving north and west . . .
Which pair of shapes is not like the others?
A banker forgets which key fits in which of three keyholes. What is the . . .
It usually takes a man several hours to walk from a railway station to his . . .
Anna ran in the north direction at a speed of 8 km/h, Bobby ran east at a speed . . .
Find the sum of these 100 numbers.
After a gun is fired in a saloon, 75% of the cowboys have a wounded ear, 80% . . .
I want to move just one matchstick to make the phrase correct. From which . . .
Find the next letter in the sequence.
I can buy Swiss cheese in boxes of 250 grams, 450 grams, 650 grams, and 850 . . .
Evaluate the sum 1 - 2 + 3 - 4 + . . . -2016 + 2017
John answers 25 multiple-choice questions and receives a zero score. Each . . .
What is the largest product of positive integers that add up to 15?
Several students want to rent a car for the next weekend. If each contributes . . .
Which is the single discount that is the same as three successive discounts of . . .
John can eat a pizza in 4 minutes. Jim can eat a pizza in 5 minutes. Their . . .
Construction work commenced on both sides of a 450 meter tunnel. If a . . .
Which is least like the other three?
If I fold this net, which cube will I get?
Bryan went for a haircut yesterday. He has 120000 strands of hair and it took . . .
Three ducks and four ducklings weigh 3.4kg. Four ducks and three ducklings . . .
The Ancient Olympic Games were held every four years. They already existed at . . .
Large individual letters are differently priced. The letters in the word . . .
The figure shows the number of people required for the activities of a project . . .
Logic riddle This occurs once in every second, once in every hour, and twice . . .
Use all the digits from one to nine and any combination of plus signs and minus . . .
Ninety percent of apples in a box and ninety percent of an apple cost the same . . .
A city hall contains 280 seats. Ninety percent were full and 3/7 of the . . .
The mass of Earth is 5.9742 x 10
^{24}
kg, the mass of Venus is 4.8685 . . .
The total weight of Bob and his sister Anna is 151 kilograms. Bob's weight is 1 . . .
Alex, Bill, and Craig have a combined weight of 111 kilograms. Alex weighs 44 . . .
John has two parents and four grandparents. How many ancestors did he have . . .
A letter in the English alphabet has four times as many letters before it as . . .
The sum of five consecutive numbers is 2010. What is the sum of all the . . .
14 students are evenly spaced on the circumference of a big circle. They are . . .
22 students are evenly spaced on the circumference of a big circle. They are . . .
A river boat travels 4 km in 10 minutes with the current and 1 km in 15 minutes . . .
Find the first of 111 consecutive integers, if the sum of the first and last is . . .
Three boys put $550, $550, and $555 in a piggy bank. Bill is 10% taller . . .
Alex paints twice as fast as Bill and three times as fast as Craig. It takes . . .
For every birthday, John's parents put as many dollars in a piggy bank as his . . .
A melon slice weighs 5kg, and 90% of the weight is from water. After lying in . . .
Which statement is NOT correct?
Tim is building two hamster cages in the shape of rectangular prisms. The first . . .
Of the 26 capital letters, how many are symmetrical along the horizontal axis?
Pipe 1 can empty a full tank in 1 hour. Pipe 2 can empty the tank in 2 hours. . . .
The number of strawberry cones sold at an ice cream store was 1 more than 3 . . .
Alex needs six tacks to fix two rectangular pictures because he can overlap the . . .
Water flows through two pipes from F to G. As shown, there are four taps, A, . . .
There is a set of 10 numbers. Five numbers are selected from the set and . . .
John's dad pays him 70 cents for each correct answer he provides in his math . . .
The product of four consecutive whole numbers is 5040. Find the numbers.
It takes 2 cards to build a single-storey card house. It takes 7 cards to . . .
It takes Alex 40 minutes to paint a fence while it takes Bill 1 hour to paint . . .
There are 30 boys and 60 girls in Funnytown. There are 70 men and 40 women in . . .
Six post office employees are working today. It takes one employee one minute . . .
Anna had an average score of 90 on her first nine tests. Her average after all . . .
There are 100 rabbits in Funnytown. The population of rabbits in Funnytown . . .
Each child in a family has at least 1 brother and 3 sisters. What is the . . .
The time on a digital clock reads 9:43. What is the shortest length of time, . . .
Juice is poured from a full 1 L bottle into an empty glass until both the glass . . .
Mrs. Smith has 80 birds: geese, hens and ducks. The ratio of geese to hens is . . .
It takes six people 36 hours to paint a house. How long would it take to . . .
This sentence has not thirty-five letters.
Swiss trains leave from Zurich for Geneva every hour. The trip takes three . . .
A cube consists of small black and white cubes. Two small cubes of the same . . .
A number is said to be perfect if it is equal to the sum of its proper . . .
Nine students travel in a car. They speak English, French and Spanish. . . .
Two hundred employees work for company XYZ, where the ratio of men to women is . . .
Four sisters are all 3 years apart in age. The total of their ages is equal . . .
A flower shopkeeper works 6 days per week and sells four times more flowers on . . .
Eight people pay $7.50 each for a meal in a restaurant. They leave a 10% tip . . .
An apple costs $1 and one third of the price of the apple. How much does it . . .
A non-stop train leaves Zurich for Bern at 58 miles per hour and another . . .
Which direction is the London coach going?
What is half of 8?
I ride along a long valley by bus and walk back. The bus speed is 10 miles per . . .
A shopkeeper buys two kinds of cacao beans at $64 and $96 a bag. He mixes the . . .
You multiply two consecutive integers and the result is 80 greater than one of . . .
Which one of the four choices makes the best comparison? EVIL is to LIVE as . . .
Logic puzzle. A word for a family member is the same spelled forward and . . .
Can you predict the score of any match before it begins? What is the score . . .
An Honesty shop sells the first candy for 1 Swiss franc and each next candy for . . .
My father was 27 years old and 9 times as old I was many years ago. Now he is . . .
At a flower shop, a bouquet of five roses costs $5 and a bouquet of nine roses . . .
A truck can transport either 9 bags or 7 wooden boxes. Yesterday, the truck . . .
A car weighs 988kg when empty and 1224kg when John, his sister Jane, and their . . .
Anna has 7 biscuits, Bill has 4, and Cindy has 1. They share them out equally. . . .
If the green, yellow, and red regions have areas of 12, 9, and 7 square meters, . . .
The sum of consecutive integers is 10. Find the smallest of the numbers.
What is the minimum number of straight lines to draw three squares?
Metro Card prices: a single ride is $2.50 and a 7-day Metro Card costs $29. . . .
In a remote county, 40 villages are connected by roads in such a way that three . . .
When two non-zero integers are added, multiplied, divided, or subtracted, I can . . .
How many pages do I turn over to go from page 33 to page 222? (The . . .
Alex is twice as old as Bill was when he weighed 10kg more than Cindy. How . . .
What is the largest result that can be achieved if different letters in the . . .
Three couples have 81 coins to share equally between them. How many coins . . .
A class was given a math problem with four options as the answer. Ten students . . .
Divide nine by a half and add two. What is the result?
Which day is as far from Monday as from Thursday?
Len's number is 31. Jim's number is 32. Sam's number is 33. What is Nil's . . .
Once upon a time, there were three little pigs - ages 2, 4, and 6 months. If . . .
I multiply the ages of three kids and get 48. If I add their ages, what is . . .
A car traveling with speed 12 meters per second decelerates uniformly until it . . .
A car traveling with speed 12 meters per second decelerates uniformly until it . . .
Gerry had 24 LEGO bricks and Jane had 6 bricks. Gerry gave some of his bricks . . .
If I place a pair of brackets in to this number expression, what result can be . . .
It takes 30 seconds to cut the woodblock into three pieces. How much time . . .
Gerry and Jane race on a velodrome. Gerry can ride 11 miles for every 9 miles . . .
How many letters are there in the word that all smart students spell . . .
According to research, an average waist circumference of American men is . . .
If you make one word using each letter below only once, what place does the . . .
Using eight eights and addition only, make 1000. How many times did you use . . .
Gerry and Jane are flipping dimes. Each time, they bet $0.10. At the end, . . .
Which goes next? N NE E SE S
Inflation is where the cost of food, goods, and services rises with time. . . .
Today Jane worked 3 hours at the rate of $9.90 per hour. How much did she . . .
Andrew called all the girls in his class. He called three of them twice, and . . .
How many ways can you rearrange the letters in "DAD" to produce a word?
Two American coins add up to 35 cents but one of them is not a dime. What is . . .
How many letters are there in Chinese alphabet?
If today is the payday in Bob’s company, what happens in two days?
If One, Nine, and Eight gives ONE what is Two, Eight, and Nine ?
I choose a cube, which is third from the left, fourth from the right, fifth . . .
On the train to New York, Jane sat in the second carriage from the front, and . . .
Four sisters are all 2 years apart in age and the youngest is 4 years old. . . .
Gerry and Jane are on opposite sides of the fountain. They then start to run . . .
Find the odd number out.
Jane and Kate are ski racing. They both start at the same place, at the same . . .
If we define the 6 letters in the middle of the alphabet as middle letters, . . .
If Evguenia was exactly 9 years old on the 183
^{rd}
day of 2007, in . . .
Leslie Green asks: My Interocitor is broken. Fortunately I have replacements . . .
Leslie Green asks: Consider which would hurt less if it was . . .
There is a fault with the cruise control on Hank's car such that the speed . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
Daniel is two years older than three times Joanna's age. If Joanna is j years . . .
John packs 10 CDs in a box. If he has 123 CDs of one type, and 45 of . . .
Which statement is NOT correct?
Tim is building two hamster cages in the shape of rectangular prisms. The first . . .
Of the 26 capital letters, how many are symmetrical along both the vertical and . . .
Pipe 1 can empty a full tank in 1 hour. Pipe 2 can empty the tank in 2 hours. . . .
Kate ties the leash of her dog to the corner of a garden. The leash is 3 . . .
The number of strawberry cones sold at an ice cream store was 1 more than 3 . . .
How many cubes will balance one sphere?
Alex needs six tacks to fix two rectangular pictures because he can overlap the . . .
The picture shows the first five notes of the tune 'We Wish You A Merry . . .
Water flows through two pipes from F to G. As shown, there are four taps, A, . . .
There is a set of 10 numbers. Five numbers are selected from the set and added . . .
John's dad pays him 80 cents for each correct answer he provides in his math . . .
Five students put their sandwiches into five paper bags. The bags are randomly . . .
Eugenia's grandmother bought a new car for $55,000 in 1970. The car . . .
I want to put exactly 4 liters of milk into a large tub with a capacity of . . .
How many generations forward must you go in order to have more than one . . .
A password consists of three digits, from 0 to 9, followed by a capital letter . . .
The product of four consecutive whole numbers is 3024. What are these . . .
It takes 2 cards to build a single-storey card house. It takes 7 cards to . . .
Is the number of people in the world that has shaken hands with an odd number . . .
A lady always arrives at the train station at exactly six o'clock to pick up . . .
It takes Alex 20 minutes to paint a fence while it takes Bill 30 minutes to . . .
There are 40 boys and 60 girls in Funnytown. There are 50 men and 50 women in . . .
How many of the first 100 integers are divisible by either 2 or 3?
For every birthday of John's life he puts as many dollars in a piggy bank as . . .
Jim won a contest in which the prize was his weight in U.S. dimes (1 dime = 10 . . .
Six post office employees are working today. It takes one employee one minute . . .
Anna and Beatrice ran a 100m race. When Anna crossed the finish line, Beatrice . . .
Twelve teams enter a tournament. Each team plays one match against each of . . .
Anna had an average score of 90 on her first ten tests. Her average after all . . .
The sum of three different positive integers is 33. The smallest and the . . .
Juice is poured from a full 1 L bottle into an empty glass until both the glass . . .
Mrs. Smith has 80 birds: geese, hens and ducks. The ratio of geese to hens is . . .
It takes six people 48 hours to paint a house. How long would it take to . . .
A girl is 10 years old. She is five times older than her dog. In how many . . .
Figure out the smallest difference between two four-digit integers, each . . .
What does the algorithm say?
How many crosses can you place on a Tic-tac-toe board without making . . .
Eight students travel in a car. They speak English, French and Spanish. . . .
Roman numerals are a numeral system of Ancient Rome based on letters of the . . .
In a football tournament every team plays a match against every other team . . .
How many different lines that extend to infinity in both directions can you . . .
I throw a fair die until 1 is obtained. What is the probability that this . . .
A straight line and two circles are drawn to form several bounded regions. . . .
If each row and each column of the square must contain exactly one triangle, . . .
Twenty-two performers have numbers 1 to 22. A couple finds that their numbers . . .
A 200-dollar stock loses $40 of its value for a week. What percent of . . .
Anna began eating 25 jellybeans at a rate of 1 every 5 minutes. Eleven . . .
Thinking outside the box: 52 - 28 = 4 Which digit has to be moved to . . .
A company initially planned for sixty people to complete a project in 100 days. . . .
John is going to repair his house. There are three major activities: . . .
Four sisters are all 30 months apart in age. The total of their ages is equal . . .
The difference between a two-digit number and the two-digit number obtained by . . .
John received a pay raise due to extraordinary performance. He decided to not . . .
An amoeba is a shapeless unicellular organism. An amoeba propagates by simple . . .
Ninety-nine percent of John's nuts and 99% of a nut cost as much as all his . . .
Which number should replace the question mark? 8 1 6 3 4 5 2 7 0 ?
Anna has ten times as many coins as Bill. When Anna gives Bill 9 coins, they . . .
A boy scored 28 times or 35% in a series of kicks. What was the series out . . .
How many steps are required to break the Swiss chocolate bar into 1 x 1 pieces?
The ratio of goats to tigers in a zoo is 3:2. There are a total of 100 . . .
Anna spent $8.99 on groceries. She bought three liters of milk and 20 cereal . . .
Which statement is CORRECT? Here, 'even' is an even number; 'odd' is an odd . . .
Eleven men met at a conference. Each man shook hands with each of the other . . .
For every birthday, John's parents put as many dollars in a piggy bank as his . . .
Eugenia, the magician, receives a 50% discount every time she asks for the . . .
Find the average of the numbers 6 66 666 6666 66666 666666
A melon slice weighs 5kg, and 96% of the weight is from water. After lying in . . .
For every birthday of John's life he puts as many dollars in a piggy bank as . . .
The sum of the consecutive integers from -33 to X, inclusive, is 69. What is . . .
A password consists of four digits and the repetition of digits is not allowed. . . .
Here, a password consists of four capital letters from A to Z. How many . . .
A dozen balls cost you $50. You get every fifth ball for free. How many . . .
Anna had an average score of 90 on her first nine tests. Her average after all . . .
If nine hens can lay six eggs in two days, how many hens would be needed to lay . . .
Estimate what part of the rectangle is blue.
Tree diagrams present the hierarchical structure of schools or companies. . . .
Anna ran in the north direction at a speed of 3 miles per hour, Bobby ran west . . .
Several students want to rent a car for the next weekend. If each contributes . . .
Seventy-five percent of the apples in a box and seventy-five percent of an . . .
A boy scored 21 times or 84% in a series of kicks. What was the series out . . .
I want to move just two matchsticks to make the equation correct. How many . . .
Twelve years ago, Bill was twice as old as Anna. Twelve years on from now, . . .
Adding a letter to a word makes it odd. What is the word?
A boy has as many sisters as brothers, but each of his sisters has three times . . .
A four-letter word can be written forward, backward or upside down while . . .
How many four-digit numbers are there that use the four digits of 2011?
What is half an hour added to 0.45 hours?
Is it legal for a man in Montana to dance with his widow's sister at her . . .
Mount Everest is the Earth's highest mountain with a peak at 8,848 meters . . .
The numbers are the total of the values of the symbols within each column and . . .
1 gives 2 2 gives 6 3 gives 12 4 gives 20 What does 10 give?
A car weighs 997kg when empty and 1234kg when John, his sister Jane, and their . . .
The pie chart represents the results of an election. The least lucky . . .
Metro Card prices: a single ride is $2.5 and a 7-day Metro Card costs $29. . . .
At the beginning, the girl rode 6 km in the first 15 minutes and then 4 km in . . .
Len's number is 31. Jim's number is 32. Sam's number is 33. Which number . . .
The diagram shows the lowest point and the highest point of our planet. What . . .
Mrs. Smith has three sons who played hockey, two sons who played basketball, . . .
Which is correct?
According to Wikipedia Mrs. Vassilyeva holds the record for most children: she . . .
How many days does Bob work every year if he does not work on weekends and has . . .
How many days does Bob work in 40 years of his career if he does not work on . . .
A $1 bill measures 156 mm long and weighs approximately 1 gram. How much . . .
Gerry and Jane spent a week on an island and they ate only coconuts. Gerry . . .
A hospital needs 168 pills to treat 6 patients for 2 weeks. How many pills . . .
In a room, there are 3 bosses, 2 wives, and a plumber who works for the . . .
If the height of the tower is 88 mm, how many pens are needed to build a tower . . .
Sales for a business doubled or tripled every year and increased from 1 million . . .
A brick weighs 5 pounds and half a brick. What does a brick and a half weigh?
When Pinocchio lies, his nose gets twice as long. When he tells the truth, his . . .
Three parrots yell at Gerry every 2, 3 and 4 seconds, respectively. If they . . .
Bob works for 40 years. He does not work on weekends, has a 3-week summer . . .
Leslie Green asks: It is difficult to see a 2% price difference between food . . .
Most solids expand when heated and contract when cooled. Does a hole in a . . .
If 30 students occupy 2/3 of the seats in the classroom, how many students . . .
A triggerfish with a snout like a pig is the national fish of Hawaii and its . . .
Answer the traditional English-language nursery rhyme in the form of a riddle: . . .
According to
A 52-page newspaper "The Daily Dog News" consists of 13 double sheets. Edgar . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
I am listening to a 1-hour audiobook. If I play the same audiobook at 1.25x . . .
What is the number that is equal to one half of one quarter of one tenth of . . .
Their names start with letters A, B, and C. The girl says "My name starts . . .
A river boat travels 2 km in 12 minutes with the current and 1 km in 18 minutes . . .
Three 250-ml glasses contain orange juice. The first one is 2/3 full, the . . .
Three referees A, B and C are at the corners of a rectangular field. At . . .
What is the sum of 99 consecutive positive integers if the middle one is n?
How many positive integers less than 111 are evenly divisible by either 2 or 3, . . .
Many people stand in a line (queue) to buy tickets to a match. There are . . .
The sum of the consecutive integers from -33 to X, inclusive, is 105. What . . .
A password consists of four digits and the repetition of digits is allowed. . . .
Sixteen European teams enter a football tournament. Each team plays one . . .
In the first week John made $1. He made 5 times more than the previous week . . .
Here, a password consists of four digits, 0-9. How many passwords are there . . .
Find two consecutive even integers such that the smaller added to two times the . . .
I took a picture of a six-sided die, whose faces are numbered from one to six. . . .
I don't quite remember my five-digit password. The first and last digits are . . .
What is the condition for the smallest ten-digit integer that has only two . . .
Anna traveled 3600km in a car. She had six tires and changed them such that . . .
A family travels from their town to the nearest seashore at a speed of 30 km . . .
There is a total of 6 squares whose vertices are points on the rectangular 3 x . . .
Gentlemen are evenly spaced in a circle and the 11th gentleman is directly . . .
Based on 20 years per generation, estimate the number of ancestors you had 220 . . .
What number should replace the question mark?
From the offered options select the picture that logically best fits to the . . .
Three children and two adults want to cross a river. Their boat can carry . . .
For what value of x does the algorithm say C?
How many times do the two hands of a clock point in the same direction between . . .
A password consists of two digits, from 1 to 4, followed by two capital letters . . .
Three white hens and four black hens lay as many eggs in five days as two white . . .
I have a collection of 44 songs that are each 4 minutes in length and 55 songs . . .
A farmer puts several pigs into three pens. None of the pens is empty. All . . .
The sum of ages of two brothers is 55 and the elder brother is 9 years older . . .
Please make 121 by using three 5s. You can use any math operator that you . . .
Three mentors and four apprentices produce as many devices in five days as two . . .
If a hen and a half lay one half of an egg in two days and a half, how many . . .
Find a phrase that differs from the others.
Logic riddle In a house, there are three switches on the ground floor for . . .
A lot of money is in a box. None or just one inscription on the boxes is . . .
I took several pieces of fruit from the bowls. All of them are cherries . . .
You are shrunk so that your height is equal to the diameter of a dime (a . . .
In a group of 27 people, 17 have studied Japanese, 7 have studied Chinese, and . . .
Neglecting the seconds hand, how many times do a clock's hands overlap in a day?
By using 1 2 3 4 once each and any arithmetical operations +, -, x, and /, what . . .
John is 33 years, 33 months, 33 weeks, 33 days, and 33 hours old. How old is . . .
A melon slice weighs 5kg, and 92% of the weight is from water. After lying in . . .
John's dad pays him 75 cents for each correct answer he provides in his math . . .
How many generations forward must you go in order to have more than five . . .
A password consists of three digits, from 0 to 9, followed by a digit or a . . .
How many of the first 100 integers are divisible by either 6 or 7 ?
For every birthday of John's life he puts as many dollars in a piggy bank as . . .
Jim won a contest in which the prize was his weight in U.S. dimes. If a dime . . .
The price of a T-shirt on sale is $19.99. The store reduced the original . . .
Anna's income is seven-eighths that of Beatrice. Anna's expenses are . . .
How many years ago did you have more than four thousand ancestors? Assume . . .
Mr. Smith can read 1 page in 2 minutes. His wife can read 2 pages in 3 minutes. . . .
An analogue clock loses 9 minutes each hour. If the clock is set correctly at . . .
Twelve European teams enter a football tournament. Each team plays one match . . .
Yellow Taxi Service charges $1.50 for the first mile and $.78 for each . . .
The product of 2 integers is 1200. Find the smallest possible sum of these . . .
An integer consists of 110 digits such that any consecutive 10 digits are . . .
There are 20 balls in the box. X of them are white. When we add 10 white . . .
There are four brothers in a family. The sums of the ages of three of them are . . .
Bill buys oranges at five for $1 and sells at one for $5. How many oranges . . .
It takes two painters 6 days to paint a house. The older painter would only . . .
A girl is 12 years old. She is three times older than her dog. In how many . . .
Roman numerals are a numeral system of Ancient Rome based on letters of the . . .
I sold two cars and received thirty thousand dollars for each car. I received . . .
A 300-dollar stock loses $50 of its value for a week. What percent of . . .
Find the odd one out.
Your boss has been told to give you a medal at the end of the day, for each of . . .
Everything is half price in a restaurant. Even more, each pizza receives an N% . . .
Which figure completes the sequence?
Logic puzzle. Only the first and last letters of the words below are in their . . .
If you rearrange the letters NAPDOL, you would have the name of a
A man eats 20 coconuts in 20 days. Together with his wife, they eat the same . . .
A dog chases a rabbit, which was initially 20 meters away. For every 11 meters . . .
Which number goes next? 1, 8, 11, 18, 80, 81
I stacked five dice. What is the maximum possible sum of the dots on the . . .
How many words are there in the English language? Guess by using your logical . . .
One quarter of the competitors were faster than Mary and I, but two thirds were . . .
Jim can eat a 15-inch pizza in half an hour. How long will it take for Jim to . . .
The price of a computer after discount was $992. If the discount was 20%, . . .
A man and his beloved wife carry a 20kg basket. If the lady carries only 8kg, . . .
John and Mary, whose average annual income is $110,000, have just moved from . . .
What is the total surface area of 28 identical cubes which together have a . . .
I composed the numbers from strips of paper. Find the odd one out.
Jane pedaled downhill at 20 km/h and it took 2 hours to travel from a Swiss . . .
What is the word coiled inside this circle?
Which of the following is least like the others?
Anika solves 10 problems, 80% of them correctly, in 20 minutes. James solves . . .
How many students are there in Evguenia's class, if 5% of the students have . . .
A five-digit number is evenly divisible by 9. If four of the five numbers are . . .
How long is a rope that is 8 meters shorter than another rope that is 5 times . . .
If half of five pizzas costs $30, what would a third of eight cost?
What is the smallest integer that can be written with two digits?
How much are 33 cacao bags (of 44kg each) worth, if 10kg costs $55?
Five teams of 4 students each met in a competition. Each student shakes the . . .
The community library fines 20 cents per overdue day of the first week and 50 . . .
If you were to spell out the numbers, how far would you have to go before . . .
What team do you join to get the greater amount of melon?
There are 2 matches. What is the least number of matches that can be added to . . .
Evguenia's birthday parties are always the same, and always boring. She gets . . .
There are 3 different positive integers that have the same answer whether . . .
Stephen Stead asks: My car uses 10 liters / 100 km and has a 70-liter . . .
Leslie Green asks Some forms of loans are more
iniquitous
than . . .
In a particular city it is illegal for those aged over 18 to consume children's . . .
If Bob is exactly 9999 days old today, how old is he?
Would you rather work five days at $120 per day or be paid $20 the first day . . .
At the bank, Gerry asks to exchange two $100 bills for $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, . . .
Gerry drives to his work 4 days per week and his office is 10 miles away from . . .
Gerry writes 1. He either adds or multiplies it by the next integer number. He . . .
There are 4 playing cards face up in a line on a table. Each of the cards has a . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
There’s a tennis tournament with one hundred players. How many matches does . . .
Gerry picks up several coins from the pirate chest. All but 5 have an eagle. . . .
The wages of 8 workers for a five-day week is $ 6,000. What are the one day’s . . .
They said their names. The girl said "My name is Taylor." The boy said "My . . .
Jane has 34 apples. Two apples can be traded for 1 mango, and each mango can be . . .
A recipe to make a cake for 66 people uses 3333 grams of sugar. How much . . .
The price of a T-shirt on sale is $19.99. The store reduced the original . . .
Tom drives for 3 days. On the second day he drives 2 km more than a quarter . . .
Anna's income is seven-eighths that of Beatrice. Anna's expenses are . . .
Anna wants to score exactly 33 points. The ducks give different points. How . . .
The diagram shows some of the results of a six-person contest. There are two . . .
Jane and Gerry are playing a card game. Without looking, a card is drawn from . . .
Find the number evenly divisible by 2, 3, 4 and 5.
How many times do the hour and the minute hands form a 90-degree angle in the . . .
John read a 165-page book in 11 days. Every day, he read 1 page more than the . . .
The left 11-tooth gear turns at 124 revolutions per minute. The middle gear . . .
The first six numbers in a sequence are shown on the right. What is the 66th . . .
A class of 44 students is divided into 4 groups. Each group contains at least . . .
The number 99! is very big. How many zeros are there at the end of the . . .
How many years ago did you have more than one thousand ancestors? Assume . . .
What is the sum of 99 consecutive integers, if a third of them are negative . . .
There is a set of 9 numbers: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9. Five numbers are selected from . . .
I arrange five marbles randomly in a ring. There are two green and three . . .
A girl was born in the 20th century. Take away from her year of birth the sum . . .
The matchsticks make a spiral that goes clockwise. How many matchsticks do I . . .
The figure shows a triangle made of discs. I want to move the discs and turn . . .
Two rectangles enclose five regions. Find 2 figures that can form the . . .
A password consists of five digits, 0-9. How many passwords are there that . . .
Yellow Taxi Service charges $1.20 for the first mile and $.79 for each . . .
An integer consists of 2010 digits such that any consecutive 10 digits are . . .
Twelve couples met at a party. Each person shook the hand of each of the . . .
There are 24 balls in the box. X of them are white. When we add 12 white . . .
There are four brothers in a family. The sums of the ages of three of them are . . .
Bill buys oranges at five for $1 and sells at one for $5. How many oranges . . .
I have apples and paper boxes. If I place 8 apples into each box, I will have . . .
What is the probability that the next person you meet is George Washington, the . . .
It takes two painters 4 days to paint a house. The older painter would only . . .
In how many ways can the name ALEX be spelt out, using adjacent letters of the . . .
Find the missing figure.
Which shape fits in the missing space to complete the pattern?
I wrote all the numbers from 0 to 999. Which digit did I write less than the . . .
Two apples and two peppers have the same weight as three eggs. Six eggs and . . .
A group of gentlemen visited a produce shop. Each gentleman bought the same . . .
I must balance any whole number load from 1kg to 40kg using these four weights . . .
Based on 20 years per generation, estimate the number of ancestors John has in . . .
A kitten has a 50/50 chance to be male or female. My cat just delivered two . . .
I sold two cars and received sixty thousand dollars for each car. I received . . .
What is the largest digit in the product of 11111111 x 11111111 ?
Every year on my son's birthday, I put multiples of one thousand dollars in his . . .
Sixty-five students want to share 15 melons. They decide that four boys will . . .
How old is the eldest of these four sisters if the product of their ages is 792?
Bill (B), Cindy (C), and Daniel (D) work on a project. (1) Together, B and C . . .
Find the odd one out.
A magician placed 3 bowls of fruit in 3 closed boxes and 10 people tried to . . .
It takes exactly 1 hour to burn a rope when I light one of its ends. The rate . . .
Logic puzzle: What number comes next after 66?
Three identical glasses contain orange juice. The first one is 15% full, the . . .
What is the sum of 101 consecutive positive integers if the middle one is n?
Many people stand in a line (queue) to buy tickets to a match. There are . . .
In the first week John made $1. He made 4 times more than the previous week if . . .
How many two-digit integers are there in which the sum of the digits is equal . . .
Twenty years ago, Bob was four times as old as Anna. Today, he is twice as old . . .
Twelve European teams enter a football tournament. Each team plays one match . . .
Anna traveled 3600 miles in a car. She had five tires and changed them such . . .
On January 1st, Anna and Bill have $55 each. Each month Anna saves $5 more . . .
Anna bought 1 slice of mushroom pizza and 2 slices of cheese pizza for a total . . .
There are a number of apples, all of different weights. The 10 lightest apples . . .
John has just had a 1% pay rise. He used to earn $5000 a month. He told his . . .
Multiply all positive numbers below 33. How many zeros are there at the end . . .
Logic puzzle: a secret door. A man approached the door of a secret . . .
The figure shows a triangle made of discs. I want to move two discs and turn . . .
What is half of two plus two minus two? How many possible answers are there . . .
Logic riddle: In a house, there are three switches on the ground floor and a . . .
What is the next number in the following sequence? 1 11 101 111 ?
Anna, Beatrice, and Cindy run a 1000-meter race. All of them run at a . . .
Brett, Cindy, and Daniel each launch a 100-day project. On day 100, Brett . . .
At a party 60% of the boys are dancing with 90% of the girls. How many . . .
There were nine knights in a kingdom and enough hay to feed their horses for . . .
Find a sentence that is true.
If you rearrange the letters NAMELESS, you would have the name of a
I take half of the coconuts plus a coconut. What percentage of coconuts is . . .
I want to measure exactly six minutes using only a five-minute hourglass and a . . .
A series of 10 books were published at one-year intervals. The sum of the . . .
How many "yes or no" questions are needed to guess any 3-digit lock code?
Five pirates capture some treasure. They divide the coins and find that there . . .
Find the number.
What would you choose if you were hungry?
There are four new projects in a company. The sums of the budgets of three of . . .
A rich man is saving for a new car. He sets up an automatic transfer of $1000 . . .
Three years ago there were 32 people in our company, and the ratio of men to . . .
A 40-month long project is divided into three consecutive activities. The . . .
A leading supplier left a solar plant project seven months after the project . . .
In a test of 50 questions, the final score is calculated by subtracting three . . .
Greg takes 100-point tests. He wants to achieve an average grade of at least . . .
If I place a pair of brackets in to this number expression, what result can be . . .
The theory of relativity connects the mass at high speed with initial mass, the . . .
Gerry lives 50 miles away from Jane. He drives to Jane's house at 60 miles . . .
A math test has 40 questions worth 100 points. The test consists of . . .
What is the word coiled inside this circle?
Gerry bought 3 oranges and 8 apples for $5. The next week he bought 8 oranges . . .
Guess!
Three positive whole numbers have the same answer added together or when . . .
In a village, there are 100 families with either one child or none. This is a . . .
We need 200 tons of such stones to pave a city square. How much stone do we . . .
Find the odd one out.
A grocery store lowered the price of coconuts from 49 cents to 48 cents. For . . .
The product of two numbers is 119 and their difference is 10. What is the sum . . .
A third of 8 is $4. Based on that proportion, what is one-fifth of 6?
Zac's number is 5. Anna's number is 6. Bill’s number is 7. What is . . .
300 plus 150 and 300 minus X is the same thing. What is X?
When Pinocchio lies, his nose gets twice as long. When he tells the truth, his . . .
What letter goes next? A E F H I K L M N
In a room, there are 3 bosses, 2 wives, and a plumber. What is the least . . .
Sammy the sea lion has spotted a gorgeous Lady sea lion before anyone else. She . . .
A certain Professor of Statistics is trying to explain to his grandson that . . .
Three observers, not more than 1km apart on flat windless terrain, report the . . .
There are three goddesses named Mendax, Fidelis and Furtibus; one on your left, . . .
One invention saves 20% on fuel; a second, 30%; and a third, 50%. If the . . .
The ratio of women to men at a 100-employee company is 1 : 4. The company . . .
On an European island, 18 are kids, 28 are divorced, 38 are married, and the . . .
Leslie Green asks: Peter changes his old fashioned single 100W incandescent . . .
A shopkeeper purchased 300 bulbs for $0.95 each. However, every . . .
Leslie Green asks: My neighbor Timmy has developed a complicated set of . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .
Mensa question:
19 28 37 . . .
How many more numbers are . . .
Mr. Smith can read 1 page in 2 minutes. His wife can read 2 pages in 1 minute. . . .
The twins are the same height. They place four identical blocks as shown in . . .
How many two-digit integers are there in which the sum of the digits is equal . . .
Ten years ago, Bob was three times as old as Anna. Today, he is twice as old . . .
Statement 1: There are 3 animals in a room. Statement 2: All of the animals in . . .
How many straight lines are needed to separate each star from all the others?
Two gears, one with 11 teeth and the other one with 18 teeth, have teeth marked . . .
1. At least 1 of these 6 statements is false 2. At least 2 of these 6 . . .
You take half of the syrup and mix it with the water, and then take the same . . .
A hunter met two shepherds, one of whom had three loaves of bread and the . . .
In-Out Machine transforms 111121 into 100. The same machine transforms 121244 . . .
An analog clock loses 15 minutes each hour. If the clock is set correctly at . . .
What is the largest number you can write with just two different digits?
Sixteen European teams enter a football tournament. Each team plays one . . .
The product of 2 integers is 1000. Find the smallest possible sum of these . . .
A lady, attempting to avoid revealing her real age to her husband, says: I'm . . .
The addition shown here has 21 terms and the last element consists of 21 9's. . . .
I put $990 into 10 envelopes. I try to compose all possible whole amounts . . .
If 12 workers take 7 hours to build a brick wall 21 m long and 4 m high, how . . .
Alex has bills of different dollar values. There are five times as many ones . . .
On January 1st, Anna and Bill have $100 each. Each month Anna saves $10 more . . .
Four painters can complete a painting job in 20 days. 12 more painters join . . .
Anna bought 1 slice of mushroom pizza and 2 slices of cheese pizza for a total . . .
There are a number of apples, all of different weights. The 10 lightest apples . . .
John has just had a 1% net pay rise. He used to take home $5,000 a month. He . . .
Which of these diagrams could be drawn without taking the pen off the page and . . .
Each of these seven cells contains one number from 1 to 7, using all seven . . .
Multiply all positive two-digit numbers. How many zeros are there at the end . . .
You have four piles: three piles with real coins and one pile with fake coins. . . .
How many zeros are there at the end of 100! ?
Use each digit, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, exactly once to form two . . .
A bee crawls along the sides of the honeycomb hexagons. It has moved from . . .
How many three-digit numbers containing only even digits are divisible by 9?
On a 5 × 5 grid, I place a 1x2 card so that it exactly covers two squares. I . . .
One hundred and thirty shareholders decide to buy 30,000 shares of company A. . . .
A project manager has to determine whether to purchase or rent four cars for a . . .
Which number comes next? 2, 12, 1112, 3112, . . . .
I want to measure exactly six minutes from the moment I touch an hourglass, . . .
Logic puzzle: a secret door. A man approached the door of a secret . . .
One hundred soldiers form a 10 x 10 square. From every column, the tallest . . .
A donkey must transport 900 carrots to the market, which is 300 miles away. . . .
I arrange five marbles randomly in a ring. There are two green and three . . .
You have a part of a black-and-white map of a reef coast. You are at point A . . .
In any 24-hour period, how many times are the digits of a 24-hour digital clock . . .
Alex greeted Bill. Bill greeted Cindy. Alex did not greet Cindy. If the . . .
Kevin cleans rooms in a student hostel; he earns twice as much for cleaning a . . .
There is only one correct answer to the question below. Which answer is . . .
After a three-hour drive, I stopped my car in front of a wall with three doors: . . .
Divide the circles into two disjoint groups so that the sums of the numbers in . . .
I drive to my country house at a constant speed of 100 miles/hour. I . . .
Anna, Beatrice, and Cindy run a 2000-meter race. All of them run at a . . .
Bob earns $48,000 per year and has two weeks of paid vacation. He works five . . .
"Three sailors come across a pile of coconuts. The first sailor takes half of . . .
There are 12 people in a village. They consume 12 coconuts altogether. Each . . .
Vladimir Arnold (1937-2010), one of the greatest 20th century Russian . . .
A committee consists of 7 people. The committee keeps an important object in a . . .
Thinking outside the box: Which statement is correct?
Thinking outside the box. Solve this:
Which number goes next? 1 3 6 10 ?
Which symbol goes next?
Mr. Rapid always starts driving on a road at exactly 7:00 a.m. If he drives on . . .
On an island, three-quarters of the men are married to four-fifths of the . . .
Working alone, Mr. Smith earns the family's monthly budget in 40 calendar days. . . .
The rear tires of a car wear out after 40,000 miles, while the front tires wear . . .
There are 123 part-time employees and 321 full-time employees in a company. . . .
Students at a school are on average 165 cm tall. The average male student . . .
Mary can complete an activity in 40 days. John can complete the activity in 50 . . .
Find the logic: 12345678 rarr; 4 234567 rarr; 2 . . .
How many uninteresting numbers exist? The question is based on the . . .
A 44-month long project is divided into three consecutive activities. The . . .
Sixteen teams enter a football tournament. Each team plays one match against . . .
"This is a capital letter of the alphabet that's been folded just once. Which . . .
Two trains are 1 kilometer apart on a single track railway line. They set off . . .
If each coconut is priced at $9, then the shopkeeper loses $11. If each . . .
Two successive increases of 25% and 25% are followed by two successive . . .
If Gerry gives Jane one apple, they will have the same number of apples. If . . .
At the end of each week, Gerry forgot 50% of what he knew the week before. At . . .
After an hour, Evguenia catches and frees 10 fish. If there are 100 fish in a . . .
Guess!
What is the word coiled inside this circle?
I choose a 4-digit number in which the first digit is one-sixth the last, and . . .
A grandmother prepared bowls of fruit for her family. The only fruits available . . .
On average there are 100,000 strands of hair on a person's head. Hair grows . . .
Gerry won 30% of the first 40% of the annual Discus Throw competitions. What . . .
Six students travel in a car. How many different ways can they take seats if . . .
Crazy Logic. Choose a number.
What is half of work and one third of gentleman?
If you take one third of GOOGLE and two thirds of ATT, what do you get?
What is missing?
Three parrots yell at Gerry every 5, 7 and 9 seconds, respectively. If they . . .
I can cut off 4 circles from a circular sheet of dough. I use the left-overs . . .
There are two gods named Orbis and Fidelis, one on your left, the other on your . . .
Divide the analog watch face with five straight parallel lines so that the sums . . .
Leslie Green asks: I am allergic to washing powder, but I don’t want my . . .
Leslie Green tells a story and asks : It has been several years since the . . .
Leslie Green asks: The more debt you get into, the more credit card . . .
Leslie Green asks
A phrase you will hear on the news or from people . . .
The chocolate biscuit factory you are now in charge of has a problem. There are . . .
Leslie Green asks: Peter changes his old fashioned single 100W incandescent . . .
Forty-eight liters of water are poured into an aquarium of dimensions 50cm . . .
You are pitching your new idea to a panel of Venture Capitalists (VCs) to . . .
There are only two handshakes in a meeting: John shakes hands with a person, . . .
What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the . . .