# TABLE MATCHBOX RIDDLES WITH ANSWERS TO SOLVE - PUZZLES & BRAIN TEASERS

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## Solving Table Matchbox Riddles

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## Tea Cups On The Table

Hint: Try reading the question out loud.
The answer is 3 tea cups because the question was not forty cups it was four tea cups.
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## The Table Tennis Ball

Hint:
Pour some water into the pipe so that the ball swims up on the surface.
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## Missing Periodic Table Of Elements Riddle

Hint:
The Letter J.
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Solved: 60%

## King Arthur's Round Table Riddle

Hint:
Sir Cumference
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Solved: 49%

## Two Tablets Of Stone

Hint:
Moses
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Solved: 90%

## Knights Of The Round Table Riddle

Hint: Does it matter if they are sitting clockwise or counterclockwise? Or where the oldest sits?
The odds are 11:1. (The probability is 1/12.)

Imagine they sat down in age order, with each person randomly picking a seat. The first person is guaranteed to pick a seat that "works". The second oldest can sit to his right or left, since these five can sit either clockwise or counterclockwise. The probability of picking a seat that works is thus 2/4, or 1/2. The third oldest now has three chairs to choose from, one of which continues the progression in the order determined by the second person, for a probability of 1/3. This leaves two seats for the fourth oldest, or a 1/2 chance. The youngest would thus be guaranteed to sit in the right seat, since there is only one seat left. This gives 1 * 1/2 * 1/3 * 1/2 * 1 = 1/12, or 11:1 odds against.
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## I Come After Sea And Rock, Epsom, Bath And Table

Hint:
Salt
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Solved: 67%

## What Built A Table On My Shelf Riddle

Hint:
A Spider (silk comes from spider itself and it builds its table(web) on my bookshelf)
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Solved: 44%

## It Is A Table But You Can Eat It Riddle

Hint:
A "veg"table
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Solved: 54%

## What Built A Table On My Shelf Riddle

Hint:
A spider. The silk comes from within the spider, and the "table" (web) is often built in corners like there are on a bookshelf.
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Solved: 40%