I was was, before was was was. What am I?Riddle Answer
You are to make one cut (or draw one line) – of course it needn’t be straight – that will divide the following shape into two identical parts.Riddle Answer
You can easily touch me, but not see me. You can throw me out, but not away. What am I?Riddle Answer
The King calls in three wise men and tells them to all close their eyes. While their eyes are closed, he goes around and puts a hat on each of them.
“I put a blue or white hat on each of you,” the King says. “I won’t tell you what color each hat is, but I promise you that at least one of you has a blue hat.”
“Now open your eyes,” he continues. “You may not communicate with each other at all. Within one hour, one of you must call out the color of your own hat. If you aren’t able to do this, or if anyone calls out the wrong color, I will have you all exiled from the kingdom.”
The wise men open their eyes and look at the other mens’ hats. They stand there for almost the whole hour in silence, thinking. Just as time is about to run out, all three men figure out the color of their own hats and yell the colors out at the same time.
You can assume that all three men are perfect logicians, that they know that the others are perfect logicians, and that they all think at the same speed.
What colors are the three men’s hats?Riddle Answer
Two mathematicians, Tom and Smith are walking down the street.
Tom: I know you have three sons. What are their ages?
Smith: The product of their ages is 36.
Tom: I can’t tell their ages from that.
Smith: Well, the sum of their ages is the same as that address across the street.
Tom: I still can’t tell.
Smith: The eldest is visiting his grandfather today.
Tom: Now I know their ages.
Do you know the age of the kids?Riddle Answer