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## 12 Islanders Teeter Totter Riddle

There is an island with 12 islanders. All of the islanders individually weigh exactly the same amount, except for one, who either weighs more or less than the other 11.

You must use a see-saw to figure out whose weight is different, and you may only use the see-saw 3 times. There are no scales or other weighing device on the island.

How can you find out which islander is the one that has a different weight?

You must use a see-saw to figure out whose weight is different, and you may only use the see-saw 3 times. There are no scales or other weighing device on the island.

How can you find out which islander is the one that has a different weight?

Hint:

Six on one side - six on the other = one side is heavier.

Take the heavier six men, divide them into three and three (random).

Three on one side - three on the other = one side will one heavier.

Divide that three men from the heavier side side, have one on one side - one on the other.

Two results can determine which of the last three men weight is a different weight than each other.

With the last group of three men, have two men go head-to-head. The see-saw will either weight different: one weights more than the other man meaning the heavier man is the "12th man" or the see-saw will balance between the two men because they are the same weight. That means the third man standing on the sidelines by default weights more than the last two men weighted. Thus making that man on the sidelines the "12th man" that weights more than other 11.

Heavier wins 6v6; winner gets divided. Heavier wins 3v3; winner gets divided. Heavier wins 1v1 (12th man) or Equal 1v1 = third man weight more, he's the 12th man.

You could find the same results changing the process and picking from the lighter group three times. You’re only trying to find the difference in weight. Not the exact weight (more or less) of that "12th man."

Lightest 6v6; Lightest 3v3; Lightest 1v1 or Equal 1v1 = third man weight less.

YES NO

Take the heavier six men, divide them into three and three (random).

Three on one side - three on the other = one side will one heavier.

Divide that three men from the heavier side side, have one on one side - one on the other.

Two results can determine which of the last three men weight is a different weight than each other.

With the last group of three men, have two men go head-to-head. The see-saw will either weight different: one weights more than the other man meaning the heavier man is the "12th man" or the see-saw will balance between the two men because they are the same weight. That means the third man standing on the sidelines by default weights more than the last two men weighted. Thus making that man on the sidelines the "12th man" that weights more than other 11.

Heavier wins 6v6; winner gets divided. Heavier wins 3v3; winner gets divided. Heavier wins 1v1 (12th man) or Equal 1v1 = third man weight more, he's the 12th man.

You could find the same results changing the process and picking from the lighter group three times. You’re only trying to find the difference in weight. Not the exact weight (more or less) of that "12th man."

Lightest 6v6; Lightest 3v3; Lightest 1v1 or Equal 1v1 = third man weight less.

*Did you answer this riddle correctly?*YES NO

## I Have Two Arms But Fingers None Riddle

I have two arms, but fingers none. I have two feet, but cannot run. I carry well, but I have found I carry best with my feet off the ground. What am I?

Hint:

## An Attractive Girl Riddle

You can see an attractive girl in this picture. Look closely because something is wrong with this picture. You have to find out what is wrong. Can you do it?

Hint:

Look at her hand. She has five fingers besides the obvious thumb that is not visible. This is not possible and that is what is wrong with the picture

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## Find Those Missing Numbers Riddle

In the attached figure, you can find two missing numbers. Can you analyze the pattern and find those missing numbers?

Hint:

The number missing on the left is 8 and the one on right is 7.

Explanation:

The pattern:

The number in the center of triangle is the square root of the sum of the numbers sitting outside on the corners.

Thus,

10 + 22 + 4 = 36

Square Root of 36 = 6

In the same manner:

10 + 42 + 12 = 64

Square Root of 64 = 8

12 + 22 + 15 = 49

Square Root of 49 = 7

YES NO

Explanation:

The pattern:

The number in the center of triangle is the square root of the sum of the numbers sitting outside on the corners.

Thus,

10 + 22 + 4 = 36

Square Root of 36 = 6

In the same manner:

10 + 42 + 12 = 64

Square Root of 64 = 8

12 + 22 + 15 = 49

Square Root of 49 = 7

*Did you answer this riddle correctly?*YES NO

## Hard To Find Riddle

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## I Died One Night Riddle

I'm n-not sure if you r-remember me,

I t-taught here long ago,

B-but I d-died one night, in a f-final fight

When my m-master m-met his foe.

Who am I?

I t-taught here long ago,

B-but I d-died one night, in a f-final fight

When my m-master m-met his foe.

Who am I?

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## The Doughnut Makers Riddle

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## A Tiny House That You Will Find On The Shore

It is a tiny house that you will find on the shore sometimes there is a treasure hidden inside it. What is it?

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## Great Baseball Sluggers Riddle

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## I Have Five Fingers Riddle

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