# Puzzles

The Latest and exclusive collection of Puzzles to tease your brain. Puzzles helps exercising the brain and develop it to think logical and solve real world problems differenlty. PuzzleFry brings you the best Puzzles, you'll enjoy wide range of Puzzles, Lets try few Puzzles listed below -
• Five friends pooled their resources one day and pieced a CD together from songs they had written. They called their band “The Puzzle Fry”  and ended up playing a number of live gigs at local events. Determine the full name of each band member, the instrument (or mixing console) each played, the brand of equipment each used, plus each member’s favorite magazine.

• Steve wasn’t the sound engineer. One of the women enjoyed EQ magazine.
• Angie and Steve didn’t like Recording magazine. The bass player used Ibanez equipment.
• Mr. Magnus didn’t use Mackie equipment. Mark’s last name wasn’t Hydal and he didn’t play keyboard.
• The sound engineer, whose last name wasn’t Engel, enjoyed reading Mix magazine. The person who used Yamaha drums wasn’t Robert, but their last name is Hydal.
• The five band members (in no particular order) were: Mark Scott, the female bass player, the person who read Musician, the one who used Peavey equipment, and Robert.
• Shelley’s last name was not Hydal or McArthur and she didn’t use Roland equipment. Mackie only developed equipment for live sound and recording NOT musical instruments.
• Steve McArthur was the guitarist.

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• One person has some money in his pocket, He visits four temple on the way. As soon as he enters a temple, his money gets double and he offers Rs. 100 in each temple thus his pocket gets empty after he returns from the fourth temple. Now the question is how much money he had initially ?

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• One girl was going to the college, one boy asked her name  She replied: “20year6month”  Can you guess her name…?

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• There are twenty coins sitting on the table, ten are currently heads and tens are currently tails. You are sitting at the table with a blindfold and gloves on. You are able to feel where the coins are, but are unable to see or feel if they heads or tails. You must create two sets of coins. Each set must have the same number of heads and tails as the other group. You can only move or flip the coins, you are unable to determine their current state.

Being a PuzzleFry marshal how do you create two even groups of coins with the same number of heads and tails in each group?

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• Ten people land on a deserted island. There they find lots of coconuts and a monkey. During their first day they gather coconuts and put them all in a community pile. After working all day they decide to sleep and divide them into ten equal piles the next morning.

That night one castaway wakes up hungry and decides to take his share early. After dividing up the coconuts he finds he is one coconut short of ten equal piles. He also notices the monkey holding one more coconut. So he tries to take the monkey’s coconut to have a total evenly divisible by 10. However when he tries to take it the monkey conks him on the head with it and kills him.

Later another castaway wakes up hungry and decides to take his share early. On the way to the coconuts he finds the body of the first castaway, which pleases him because he will now be entitled to 1/9 of the total pile. After dividing them up into nine piles he is again one coconut short and tries to take the monkey’s slightly bloodied coconut. The monkey conks the second man on the head and kills him.

One by one each of the remaining castaways goes through the same process, until the 10th person to wake up gets the entire pile for himself. What is the smallest number of possible coconuts in the pile, not counting the monkeys?

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vishal Scholar
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• You are blindfolded and 10 coins are place in front of you on table. You are allowed to touch the coins, but can’t tell which way up they are by feel. You are told that there are 5 coins head up, and 5 coins tails up but not which ones are which. How do you make two piles of coins each with the same number of heads up? You can flip the coins any number of times.

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• This is the most commonly asked interview puzzle.

You have 3 jars that are all mislabeled. One jar contains Apple, another contains Oranges and the third jar contains a mixture of both Apple and Oranges.

You are allowed to pick as many fruits as you want from each jar to fix the labels on the jars. What is the minimum number of fruits that you have to pick and from which jars to correctly label them?

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vipin Scholar
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• A number of cats got together and decided to kill between them 999919 mice. Every cat killed an equal number of mice.
How many cats do you think there were?
Ob, by the way let me clarify just two points—it is not one cat killed the lot, because I have said ‘Cats’ and it is not-999919 cats each killed one mouse, because I have used the word ‘mice’.
I can give you just one clue—each cat killed more mice than there were cats.

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