Ali and Zoe reach into a bag that they know contains nine lottery balls numbered 1 to 9. They each take one ball out to keep and they look at it secretly. Then, they make the following statements, in order:
Ali: I don’t know whose number is bigger.
Zoe: I don’t know whose number is bigger either.
Ali: I still don’t know whose number is bigger.
Zoe: Now I know that my number is bigger!
Assuming Ali and Zoe are perfect logicians, what is Zoe’s smallest possible number? Riddle Answer
All my ties are red except two. All my ties are blue except two. All my ties are brown except two. How many ties do I have? Riddle Answer
I am taken from a mine, and shut up in a wooden case, from which I am never released, and yet I am used by almost everybody. What am I? Riddle Answer
14 of the kids in the class are girls. 8 of the kids wear blue shirts. 2 of the kids are neither girls nor wear a blue shirt.
If 5 of the kids are girls who wear blue shirts, how many kids are in the class? Riddle Answer
Can you place 10 coins in 3 cups so that each cup contains an odd number of coins? Riddle Answer