# All Puzzles

• In a pizza parlour, you have to pay a certain amount to add extra toppings. Now the price for toppings is given in a pair below. Can you find out what each topping costs?

Corn & Jalapeno \$7
Mushrooms & Extra Cheese \$6
Paprika & Tomatoes \$2
Onion & Jalapeno \$5
Green chilly & Paprika \$4
Tomatoes & Onion \$3
Extra Cheese & Paprika \$5

Please note that the toppings are priced w.r.t. whole dollar increments (no fraction prices).

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• Solve the number series problem in the picture below.

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• Christina tied her goat to a 2-meter rope and went to the market.
There is some hay approximately 3 meters away from the goat.
When she returned from the market, the goat ate all the hay. How is this possible?

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• Assume you have the white pieces, can you win in half a move?

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• Can you replace the \”?\” in the picture table below with the appropriate numbers?

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• Pooja gave Neha as many euros as Neha started with.
Neha then gave Pooja back as much as Pooja had left.
Pooja then gave Neha as back as many euros as Neha had left, which left Pooja broke and gave Neha a total of 80 pounds. How much did Pooja and Neha have at the beginning of their exchange?

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• John and Jacob are planning on a vacation. John says, “It will be better if we take the train to the hotel. We will reach faster.”
To this, Jacob says, “No. You are wrong. The train stops halfway to the hotel and then we will have to walk the rest of the way. We should take the bikes to the hotel directly.”
John says, “You are wrong.”

Now, John takes the train while Jacob takes the bike. The train travels at four times the speed of the bike. The bike travels at twice the speed of walking.

Who do you think will reach the hotel first?

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• What number replaces the question mark

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• You balance a broom horizontally on your finger such that your finger is present at the centre of the gravity of the broom (precisely). You mark the spot and cut the broom into two halves. You are left with two pieces – one long piece with the handle and one short piece with bristles and a portion of the handle.

If you weigh both the pieces now, what will happen?
a) The longer piece weighs more.
b) The shorter piece weighs more.
c) Both pieces weigh equally.

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