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Colorful House Riddle

Hint:
The White House is in Washington, D.C., United States.
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Left Behind Riddle

Hint:
Footsteps
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Left Behind Riddle

Hint:
A footprint
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747 Humps Riddle

Hint:
So the pilot can sit on his wallet.
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Left Behind Riddle

Hint:
Steps...or stairs
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2 4 12 48 240 Riddle

Hint:
240. To get the number, multiply the previous number in the series by its position. 48 is in the 5th position, so 48 � 5 = 240
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Chances Of A 2nd Girl Riddle

Hint: It is not 1/2 as you would first think.
1/3

This is a famous question in understanding conditional probability, which simply means that given some information you might be able to get a better estimate.

The following are possible combinations of two children that form a sample space in any earthly family:

Boy - Girl
Girl - Boy
Boy - Boy
Girl - Girl

Since we know one of the children is a boy, we will drop the girl-girl possibility from the sample space.
This leaves only three possibilities, one of which is two boys. Hence the probability is 1/3
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Which Side Of The Cat

Hint:
The outside.
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A Man Rode Into Town

Hint:
His horse's name was June.
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I Have Thousands Of Letters

Hint:
A Post Ofiice.
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