
In a bouquet of flowers, all but two are roses, all but two are tulips, and all but two are daisies. How many flowers are in the bouquet?
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Two trains enter a tunnel 200 miles long, traveling at 100 mph at the same time from opposite directions. As soon as they enter the tunnel a supersonic bee flying at 1000 mph starts from one train and heads toward the other one. As soon as it reaches the other one it turns around and heads back toward the first, going back and forth between the trains until the trains collide in a fiery explosion in the middle of the tunnel. How far did the bee travel?
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You met three Monsters. One always tells the truth, other one always lies and the last one alternates between lie and truth.
Monster 1: You may ask us one question, then you must guess which dragon is which
Monster 2: He is lying. You may get three questions
Monster 3: Oh no It is definitely one question
You asked the first Monster a question
You: What would the second Monster say if you were to ask it if the 3rd dragon had been lying when it agreed with the first one that you could ask only one question
Monster 1: He’d say, “Yes, the 3rd Monster was lying”
Then you asked a second question addressing the three Monsters…… But they remained silent.
And, you solved the puzzle in 90 sec.
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You have 10 identical bottles of identical marble. Each bottle contain hundred of marbles. Out of 10 bottles 09 have 1 gram of marbles but 01 bottle has marbles of weight of 1.1 gram. Given a measurement scale, how would you find the heavy bottle? You can use the scale only once.
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A soda company makes different flavours of soda. Last year, the company produced the same number of bottles of each flavour. If the company produced 84,958bottles of sodain all last year.
how many different flavours could the company make?
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An employee works for an employer for 7 days. The employer has a gold rod of 7 units. How does the employer pays to the employee so that the employee gets 1 unit at the end of everyday. The employer can make at most 2 cuts in rod.
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There is 38 numbers. What is the least number of comparison needed to find the 2nd smallest out of them?
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