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SherlockHolmes loves solving puzzles at PuzzleFry.com. I am proud PuzzleFry member and like my time invested in solving brain teasers.
• Solve the following series:

AZ, GT, MN, __, YB

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• John was a very careless driver, so his owner Jacob gave him an offer that he will get an incentive of Rs.30 for every bottle box he delivered without breaking it and he will be charged Rs.90 for every bottle box he broke. Jacob gave John 100 bottles-box to deliver. After delivery, Jacob paid John Rs.2400. How many bottles-box did John break?

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• There are four 3-link chains. All you have to do is join them into a big 12-link chain. For joining two closed links, one of the links must be cut and placed onto the other link for closing.

How many minimum links will you have to cut to make the big chain?

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• How is the moon similar to a dollar?

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• Many have heard it, but nobody has ever seen it, and it will not speak back until spoken to. What is it?

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• There are five vowels (a, e, i, o, u) in the English language.
Can you tell us a word that contains all these vowels?

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• What is the below Rebus indicate?

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• A time long back, there lived a king who ruled the great kingdom of Trojan House. As a part of the renovation of the kingdom to meet future security needs, he asked his chief architect to lay down a new play in a manner that all of his 10 castles are connected through five straight walls and each wall must connect four castles together. He also asked the architect that at least one of his castles should be protected with walls. The architect could not come up with any solution that served all of King’s choices, but he suggested the best plan that you can see in the picture below. Can you find a better solution to serve the king’s demand?

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• Count the squares in the matchstick puzzle below?

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