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## I Am Between 30 And 40both My Digits Are T Riddles To Solve

## Solving I Am Between 30 And 40both My Digits Are T Riddles

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## My Digits Are 3 & 5

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## Both Digits Are The Same Riddle

I am an odd number. Both of my digits are the same. I am the missing number in this pattern: 45, 50, __, 60. What am I?

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## I Have 2 Digits Riddle

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## My Digits Are 5 And 9 Riddle

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## The 30th Floor Riddle

Mr. Smith lives on the 30th floor of his apartment building. Every day he takes the elevator down from his apartment to the lobby. After work, he takes the elevator from the lobby to the 15th floor and walks up the stairs the rest of the way. On rainy days he takes the elevator all the way from the lobby to the 30th floor. Why?

Hint:

Mr. Smith is a midget. He cant usually reach the button to the 30th floor. On rainy days he has his umbrella with him.

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## Find The Digits Riddle

In the number wheel in the picture, you can find several digits except one question mark.

Can you find the digit that should be placed in place of that question mark?

Can you find the digit that should be placed in place of that question mark?

Hint:

The required digit is 0.

If you add up all the digits in any diagonal, you will find the sum to be 25.

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If you add up all the digits in any diagonal, you will find the sum to be 25.

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## The 30th Floor Office Riddle

This guys office is on the 30th floor of the building. Everyday,he gets off at the 25th floor and walks the extra 5 floors up stairs. Why does he walk the extra 5 floors rather then taking the elevator?

Hint:

He is a midget. He is to small to reach any higher then the 25 button!

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## 3000 Apples

You have been given the task of transporting 3,000 apples 1,000 miles from Appleland to Bananaville. Your truck can carry 1,000 apples at a time. Every time you travel a mile towards Bananaville you must pay a tax of 1 apple but you pay nothing when going in the other direction (towards Appleland).

What is highest number of apples you can get to Bananaville?

What is highest number of apples you can get to Bananaville?

Hint:

833 apples.

Step one: First you want to make 3 trips of 1,000 apples 333 miles. You will be left with 2,001 apples and 667 miles to go.

Step two: Next you want to take 2 trips of 1,000 apples 500 miles. You will be left with 1,000 apples and 167 miles to go (you have to leave an apple behind).

Step three: Finally, you travel the last 167 miles with one load of 1,000 apples and are left with 833 apples in Bananaville.

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Step one: First you want to make 3 trips of 1,000 apples 333 miles. You will be left with 2,001 apples and 667 miles to go.

Step two: Next you want to take 2 trips of 1,000 apples 500 miles. You will be left with 1,000 apples and 167 miles to go (you have to leave an apple behind).

Step three: Finally, you travel the last 167 miles with one load of 1,000 apples and are left with 833 apples in Bananaville.

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## The Special Digits Riddle

Hint:

It is the numbers from one to nine in alphabetical order.

Eight, Five, Four, Nine, One, Seven, Six, Three and Two.

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Eight, Five, Four, Nine, One, Seven, Six, Three and Two.

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## Digits From 1 To 9 Riddle

This is what you know:

1. Each letter represents a different digit from 1 to 9

2. The total of each row is 17.

3. (B × B) + B + F = A

4. C × F = EF (a 2-digit number, not their product)

A B C

D E F

What digit does each letter represent?

1. Each letter represents a different digit from 1 to 9

2. The total of each row is 17.

3. (B × B) + B + F = A

4. C × F = EF (a 2-digit number, not their product)

A B C

D E F

What digit does each letter represent?

Hint:

A = 7

B = 1

C = 9

D = 8

E = 4

F = 5

A + B + C = 17

D + E + F = 17

B2 + B + F = A

C × F = EF

To begin with, B has to be a 1 or 2 or else A wouldnt be a single digit. Plug in B = 2, gives you 6 + F = A, meaning F and A can only be (1,7) or (3,9). To get 17, C would have to be 8 or 6, but those values dont work for C × F = EF. So B must be 1.

2 + F = A means F and A can be (2,4), (3,5), (4,6), (5,7), (6,8) or (7,9). To get 17 on the top row, the only option that leaves C as a single digit is F = 5 and A = 7.

C × F = EF

9 × 5 = 45, so E = 4 and D = 8 to make the second row equal to 17.

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B = 1

C = 9

D = 8

E = 4

F = 5

A + B + C = 17

D + E + F = 17

B2 + B + F = A

C × F = EF

To begin with, B has to be a 1 or 2 or else A wouldnt be a single digit. Plug in B = 2, gives you 6 + F = A, meaning F and A can only be (1,7) or (3,9). To get 17, C would have to be 8 or 6, but those values dont work for C × F = EF. So B must be 1.

2 + F = A means F and A can be (2,4), (3,5), (4,6), (5,7), (6,8) or (7,9). To get 17 on the top row, the only option that leaves C as a single digit is F = 5 and A = 7.

C × F = EF

9 × 5 = 45, so E = 4 and D = 8 to make the second row equal to 17.

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