# Critical Thinking Puzzle

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• A man in Mexico City has 20 Peso. He spends 16 Peso on flowers, and 3 Peso on lunch (hot Burrito and coffee). He then gets on the subway which will take him 7 stops for 1 Peso. But he is forced to get off of the subway just 5 stops away from where he began.

Why is this?

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• John has one of the numbers 1, 2, or 3 in mind. Jacob is allowed to ask one question to John to find out which of these three numbers he has in mind. John will answer this question only with the answers “yes”, “no”, or “I don’t know”.

Which question should Jacob ask John to find out in one time which number he has in mind?

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• A rather silly car thief stole, without knowing it, the car of the chief of police. The police immediately started an investigation and based on witness depositions, four suspects were arrested that were seen near the car at the time of the crime.

Because the chief of police took the case very seriously, he decided to examine the suspects personally and use the new lie detector of the police station. Each suspect gave three statements during the examinations, which are listed below:

Suspect A:

“In high school, I was in the same class as suspect C.”
“Suspect B has no driving license.”
“The thief didn’t know that it was the car of the chief of police.”
Suspect B:

“Suspect C is the guilty one.”
“Suspect A is not guilty.”
“I never sat behind the wheel of a car.”
Suspect C:

“I never met suspect A until today.”
“Suspect B is innocent.”
“Suspect D is the guilty one.”
Suspect D:

“Suspect C is innocent.”
“I didn’t do it.”
“Suspect A is the guilty one.”
With so many contradicting statements, the chief of police lost track. To make things worse, it appeared that the lie detector did not quite work yet as it should, because the machine only reported that exactly four of the twelve statements were true, but not which ones.

Who is the car thief ?

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• There was a very rich family, they lived in a big circular house. They had a maid, a butler, and a gardener. The parents were going to a party, so they tucked the younger kids into bed and kissed them goodnight and said goodbye and kissed the older kids goodnight. While the parents were gone the butler was feeding the older kids, the maid was dusting the corners, and the gardener was watering the plants. When the parents came home all of the kids were dead.

Who killed the kids?

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• Six Tasmanian camels traveling on a very narrow ledge, encounter six Tasmanian camels coming the other way.

As everyone knows, Tasmanian camels never go backwards, especially when on a precarious ledge. The camels will climb over each other, but only if there is a camel sized space on the other side.

The camels did not see each other until there was only exactly one camel’s width between the two groups.

How can all camels pass, allowing both groups to go on their way, without any camel reversing?

Hint: to help visualize, use paper clips or coins.

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• John, Tony and Jacob plans for gun fighting.
They each get a gun and take turns shooting at each other until only one person is left.

Story suggests:
John hits his shot 1/3 of the time, gets to shoot first.
Tony, hits his shot 2/3 of the time, gets to shoot next if still living.
Jacob having perfect record at shooting(100% accuracy) shoots last , if alive.

The cycle repeats.
If you are John, where should you shoot first for the highest chance of survival?

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• 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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• 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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• In a room sit three great men, a king, a priest, and a rich man with his gold. Between them stands a sellsword, a little man of common birth and no great mind.
Each of the great ones bids him slay the other two.
‘Do it,’ says the king, ‘for I am your lawful ruler.’
‘Do it,’ says the priest, ‘for I command you in the names of the gods.’
‘Do it,’ says the rich man, ‘and all this gold shall be yours.’

So, who lives and who dies?

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• Fred, Bob and John stumble across a magic lamp. A genie pops out and grants them each the opportunity to make a wish.
Fred goes first, “I wish I could be forever alive.”
Bob goes next, “I wish the word ‘alive’ actually meant ‘dead'”.
John goes last, “I wish Bob and Fred were dead…” After all is said and done,

who of the three is alive and who is dead?

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