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**bobbym****Administrator**- From: Bumpkinland
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Hi mathgogocart;

I do not know the answers that you have. Since I am taking the quiz it would not be fair for me to judge it.

Are you feeling okay, need any help?

*Last edited by bobbym (2013-03-20 20:16:18)*

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1.In a street there are five houses, painted five different colors. In each house lives a person of different nationality. These five homeowners each drink a different kind of beverage, smoke different brand of cigar and keep a different pet. Who owns the fish?

Necessary Clues

➤ The Brit lives in a red house.

➤ The Swede keeps dogs as pets.

➤ The Dane drinks tea.

➤ The Green house is next to, and on the left of the White house.

➤ The owner of the Green house drinks coffee.

➤ The person smoking Pall Mall rears birds.

➤ The owner of the Yellow house smokes Dunhill.

➤ The man living in the center house drinks milk.

➤ The Norwegian man lives in the first house.

➤ The man who smokes Blends lives next to the one who keeps cats.

➤ The man who keeps horses lives next to the man who smokes Dunhill.

➤ The man who smokes Blue Master drinks beer.

➤ The German smokes Prince.

➤ The Norwegian lives next to the blue house.

➤ The Blends smoker lives next door to the man who drinks water

100 POINTS!^

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**bobbym****Administrator**- From: Bumpkinland
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Hi;

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1.A 40-yard long street has a tree every 10 yards on both sides. How many trees are there?-5 points

2.There are 10 apples with you, and 10 friends who want them. You give each an apple, yet one apple remains in the basket...how is this possible?-12 points,baffles people

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**bobbym****Administrator**- From: Bumpkinland
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Hi;

**In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them.**

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1.When does 15 ever go equally into 24?-6 points

2.If:

8809 = 6

7111 = 0

2172 = 0

6666 = 4

1111 = 0

3213 = 0

7662 = 2

9312 = 1

0000 = 4

2222 = 0

3333 = 0

5555 = 0

8193 = 3

8096 = 5

7777 = 0

9999 = 4

7756 = 1

6855 = 3

9881 = 5

5531 = 0

Then, 2581 = ?

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**bobbym****Administrator**- From: Bumpkinland
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Hi;

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**bobbym****Administrator**- From: Bumpkinland
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Did I get #2 right?

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Yes.

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**bobbym****Administrator**- From: Bumpkinland
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But my score stayed the same?

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bobbym wrote:

But my score stayed the same?

oH I forgot

EDIT:I edited it to 230

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**bobbym****Administrator**- From: Bumpkinland
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More puzzles! Please remove that last one, I know the answer and to it.

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ok dude.

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Directions: Find the words that fit.

Example: 16 = O in a P ... You need to figure out what the "O" and "P" stand for.

Answer: 16 Ounces in a Pound

1.1)

26 = L of the A

2) 7 = D of the W

3) 1001 = A N

4) 12 = S of the Z

5) 54 = C in a D (with J)

6) 8675309 = J

7) 88 = P K

8) 13 = S on the A F

9) 32 = D F at which W F

10) 18 = H on a G C

11) 90 = D in a R A

12) 200 = D for P G in M

13) 8 = S on a SS

14) 3 = B M (S H T R)

15) 4 = Q in a G

16) 24 = H in a D

17) 1 = W on a U

18) 5 = D in a Z C

19) 57 = H V

20) 11 = P on a F B T

21) 1000 = W that a P is W

22) 29 = D in F in a L Y

23) 64 = S on a C B

24) 40 = D and N of the G F

25) 76 = T in the B P

26) 50 = W to L Y L

27) 99 = B of B on the W

28) 60 = S in a M

29) 1 = H on a U

30) 9 = J on the S C

31) 7 = B for S B

32) 21 = D on a D

33) 7 = W of the A W

34) 15 = M on a D M C

^each one is 20 points.

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**bobbym****Administrator**- From: Bumpkinland
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26 = Letters of the alphabet

7 = days of the week

1001 Arabian Nights

12 signs of the zodiac

54 cards in the deck with 2 jokers.

8675309 = J Who knows!

88 Piano Keys

13 Stripes on the flag

18 holes

90 degrees in a right angle

200 dollars for passing Go!

8 = S on a SS I do not know.

3 Blind mice

4 quarts in a gallon

24 hours in a day

1 = W on a U I have no idea.

5 = D in a Z C I have no idea.

57 Heinz Varieties.

11 players on a football team

1000 is the number of words a picture is worth.

29 Days in leap year for February

64 squares on a chessboard

40 days and Nights of something?

76 Trombones in the big parade.

50 I forgot!

99 bottles of beer on the wall.

60 seconds in a minute.

1 I never remember that one.

9 Justices on the supreme court.

7 Brides for seven brothers.

21 Beats me!

7 Wonders of the ancient world.

15 men on a dead man's chest, yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!

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You are trapped in a room with two doors... One door lead to certain freedom and the other leads to a ton of worms that you'll have to eat. You don't know which door goes to the worms and which door gets you out.

There are two guards in the room. One guard always tells the truth and the other guard always lies. You don't know which one is honest and which one is the liar.

If you just guessed, you'd have a 50-50 shot.

To figure out which door to choose, you get to ask one guard one question

What is your question and which guard will you ask?

2.A cat is at the bottom of a 20 foot well. (Don't worry, he's got lots of food, water, catnip and spitty cat toys down there.)

Each day, he climbs up 5 feet...

And each night, he slides down 4 feet.

How many days will it take him to reach the top of the well?

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**bobbym****Administrator**- From: Bumpkinland
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Its 16,not 15.

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1.These are quotes from George Carlin, one of America's most popular wise guys. Can you decode them?

Both puzzles use the same code.

Q=M

"DPKLSUQ SU D ORO-TYRTKLP RYMDOSEDPSRO."

"'S DQ' SU YLTRYPLJWB PKL UKRYPLUP ULOPLOHL SO PKL LOMWSUK WDOMADML. HRAWJ SP FL PKDP 'S JR' SU PKL WROMLUP ULOPLOHL?"

10 POINTS.

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"atheism Is A Non-prophet Organization."

"'i Am' Is Reportedly The Shortest Sentence In The English Language. Could It Be That 'i Do' Is The Longest Sentence?"

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1.There are six villages along the coast of the only perfectly round island in the known universe. The villages are evenly distributed along the coastline so that the distance between any two neighboring coastal villages is always the same. There is an absolutely straight path through the jungle connecting every pair of villages. These paths create thirteen crossings in the interior of the island, one of which is in the middle of the island where paths from every village meet.

The island has a strange courtship custom. Before a father will give permission for his daughter to marry, her suitor must bring the father a fish each day until he has traveled by every route from his village to the father's village. The young man only travels along routes where he is always getting closer to his destination. The young man may visit other villages along the way.

On April first a father's three sons come to tell him of their intent to woe a bride, each from a different village. The brides' villages are the first three villages encountered when traveling clockwise around the island.

If the sons begin their courtship today and the couples are married on the day following each son's last trip, what are the three wedding dates?

Bonus Question: If the coastline of the island is ten miles long, how long is the longest route that any of the sons takes to reach their betrothed's village?

??? points 90 points for bonus

2.

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April 6th, May 12th, and August 1st are the dates.

Bonus - 6.86 miles approximately.

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**bobbym****Administrator**- From: Bumpkinland
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Shivamcoder-350 points-Genius!

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1.If George Washington was alive right now, what would he be most famous for?-5 POINTS

2.Read the little poem and answer its question if you can.

The number of girls who do wear a watch

is double the number who don't.

But the number of boys who do not wear a watch

is double the number who do.

If I tell you the number of girls in my class

is double the number of boys,

Can you tell me the number I teach? Here's a clue:

More than 20; below 32

9 points,15 if explained

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**ShivamS****Member**- Registered: 2011-02-07
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# of boys must be a multiple of 3 so that it can be 2:1 .# of girls is double. So the answer is 27.

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1.Almost all of us have wondered about life at one point or another. What is the meaning of life? Are we really alive? If so, why are we alive? I can't answer those questions, but I can offer you some insightful quotes on life - in the form of cryptograms! Enjoy!

1. Hauaz esqa fcga oazcitofx. Hipirx yaeo ite sfcua shxvsx. ~Shihxlito

2. Fcga co fcqa s kipvap, hie sh izyshcnsecih kbsze. ~Zioo Jazie

3. Ch ojcea ig eba kioe ig fcuchy, ce'o oecff jijtfsz. ~Qsebx Hizzco

each is 30 points

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Never take life seriously. Nobody gets out alive anyway. ~Anonymous

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