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Posted 3/27/08

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Animal777 wrote:


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Animal777 wrote:


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Animal777 wrote:

Its just a trick and the answer is.....


you guys thought it was easy?!!? crap


Try to answer this one (don't worry it's easier than the other one)

How did Mark legally marry three women in Michigan, without divorcing any of them, becoming legally separated, or any of them dying?


Haha, tricky! I guessed it was a pastor, but they can both marry people, right?


Try this one (it took me about 1 min)

What row of numbers comes next in this series?

1
11
21
1211
111221
312211
13112221


Shoot, a minute? Dang, you're good.



Bravo. now try this logic problem

You manufacture brain wave entrainment CDs for companies that sell self-improvement products. You are at the post office, with ten boxes of them ready to close up and ship out, but you have a problem. Nine of the boxes contain CDs that are designed to put the listener into an "alpha" or relaxing state, and one is full of Cds that are designed to put the user into a deeper "delta" state, for deep sleep. They look identical, and you forgot to label them.

There is one difference, however. You remember that the "alpha" Cds weigh 13 grams, and because different CD "blanks were used, the "delta" Cds weigh 15 grams. Unfortunately, you can't feel the difference in weight by lifting them.

The post office does have a scale. It costs one dollar each time you weigh something, though, and you want to keep your costs down. How do you use the scale as few times as possible to determine which are the "delta" CDs?
Posted 3/27/08

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Bravo. now try this logic problem

You manufacture brain wave entrainment CDs for companies that sell self-improvement products. You are at the post office, with ten boxes of them ready to close up and ship out, but you have a problem. Nine of the boxes contain CDs that are designed to put the listener into an "alpha" or relaxing state, and one is full of Cds that are designed to put the user into a deeper "delta" state, for deep sleep. They look identical, and you forgot to label them.

There is one difference, however. You remember that the "alpha" Cds weigh 13 grams, and because different CD "blanks were used, the "delta" Cds weigh 15 grams. Unfortunately, you can't feel the difference in weight by lifting them.

The post office does have a scale. It costs one dollar each time you weigh something, though, and you want to keep your costs down. How do you use the scale as few times as possible to determine which are the "delta" CDs?


Geez, how long did it take you to solve this one?

I've seen this one before so I know that the answer is...

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Posted 3/28/08

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Animal777 wrote:

Bravo. now try this logic problem

You manufacture brain wave entrainment CDs for companies that sell self-improvement products. You are at the post office, with ten boxes of them ready to close up and ship out, but you have a problem. Nine of the boxes contain CDs that are designed to put the listener into an "alpha" or relaxing state, and one is full of Cds that are designed to put the user into a deeper "delta" state, for deep sleep. They look identical, and you forgot to label them.

There is one difference, however. You remember that the "alpha" Cds weigh 13 grams, and because different CD "blanks were used, the "delta" Cds weigh 15 grams. Unfortunately, you can't feel the difference in weight by lifting them.

The post office does have a scale. It costs one dollar each time you weigh something, though, and you want to keep your costs down. How do you use the scale as few times as possible to determine which are the "delta" CDs?


Geez, how long did it take you to solve this one?

I've seen this one before so I know that the answer is...



took me a few min because it's not that hard

this is another easy one

You can take away the whole and still have some left. You can take away some and still have the whole left. What is it?
Posted 3/28/08

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took me a few min because it's not that hard

this is another easy one

You can take away the whole and still have some left. You can take away some and still have the whole left. What is it?


It only took you a few minutes because it's not that hard? Do you have an Einstein IQ or something?

Ah, this one isn't bad. ^^

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Posted 3/29/08

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It only took you a few minutes because it's not that hard? Do you have an Einstein IQ or something?

Ah, this one isn't bad. ^^



I dont know what my IQ is coz i've never taken a test. anyway the next one is a little more difficult

You are locked in a jail cell with no windows. and you need to tap out a message on the wall for the man in the other cell next to you. The problem is that you have to do it at exactly 9:15 PM, when the guard outside is switched, so your noise won't be noticed. You can't hear the switching of the guards through your walls, and you have no clock.

There is a faucet with water dripping very consistently from it in the corner, but you don't know if it is dripping at 30 or 40 or however many drops per minute, and that wouldn't give you the time in any case. You can just make out the chiming of a church bell, but it chimes just once at the top of each hour, so you can't tell the time from that. You can feel the wall facing west start to cool after the sun sets, but you don't know what time the sun is setting, and this isn't very precise in any case. Your dinner is always passed into your cell between 6:15 and 6:45. How do you determine when it is exactly 9:15 PM?
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Posted 4/14/08
I think i got it...i gonna send a message for my answer
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about the topic question

i think ive got it
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