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## Solve The Riddle

Virtually everyone loves demanding puzzles and brain racking riddles. They leave us with the chance to do some of out of the box reasoning and to shake-up our heads. They are also a great activity to do in order to pass some time when you are traveling or alone. Aside from being fun, these stifling riddles are also very beneficial for the growth of your brain. Studies suggest that regular problem solving among other activities, energizes the mind and decreases the risk of memory loss later in life.

Let's get going! Listed in this section are some great riddles to solve with answers.

## The Queen And The Duke

In England, the Queen was with the duke on her way to her throne. When trying to sit down on her throne, she fell backwards. She was so embarassed so she told the duke this: "Until you see me again, you shall not tell anyone what happen to me." Back at his house, a lot of reporters her a rumor about the Queen and went to see the duke to know what happen to her. But the duke gave his word to the Queen not to reveal to anyone what happen to her. So all of the reporters gave up except one. He gave the duke a lot of money and the duke told the whole story. The next, the Queen, angry, called the duke and told him that broke his promise and told the whole story. But the duke told her that he kept his word and followed her instructions.

How can he say that he did kept his word?

How can he say that he did kept his word?

Hint:

The Queen said that: "Until you see me again you shall not reveal to anyone what happen to me." The face of the Queen is on the money.

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## Thick Liquid Riddle

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## Two Five Letter Names

I am two five letter names 500 is at the start, 10 is in my heart. In the middle of that is 1, Near the end is none. At the end is 14, Yet that is not all that has been seen. It's a word that rhymes with liver, Yes, to the left of that is river. Whats my name?

Hint:

River Dixon. We know his name is river, so 500 being D in Roman numerals, 10 being X, 1 being I, and an is the fourteenth letter of the alphabet. D at the start, X in the middle, in the middle of those two is I, so that spells DIX, near the end is none/0, which is like an O so that's DIXON. Then to the left of that is River so, RIVER DIXON.

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## The Blue And Red Dice Riddle

Timothy and Urban play a game with two dice. But they do not use the numbers. Some of the faces are painted red and the others blue. Each player throws the dice in turn. Timothy wins when the two top faces are the same color. Urban wins when the colors are different. Their chances are even.

The first die has 5 red faces and 1 blue face. How many red and how many blue are there on the second die?

The first die has 5 red faces and 1 blue face. How many red and how many blue are there on the second die?

Hint:

Each die has 6 faces. When two dice are thrown, there are 36 equally possible results. For chances to be even, there must be 18 ways of getting the same color on top. Let X be the number of red faces on the second die. We have: 18 = 5X + 1(6 - X)

X = 3

The second die must have 3 red faces and 3 blue faces.

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X = 3

The second die must have 3 red faces and 3 blue faces.

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## Letter Sequence Riddle

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## Two In A Row Riddle

A certain mathematician, his wife, and their teenage son all play a fair game of chess. One day when the son asked his father for 10 dollars for a Saturday night date, his father puffed his pipe for a moment and replied, "Let's do it this way. Today is Wednesday. You will play a game of chess tonight, tomorrow, and a third on Friday. If you win two games in a row, you get the money."

"Whom do I play first, you or mom?"

"You may have your choice," said the mathematician, his eyes twinkling.

The son knew that his father played a stronger game than his mother. To maximize his chance of winning two games in succession, should he play father-mother-father or mother-father-mother?

"Whom do I play first, you or mom?"

"You may have your choice," said the mathematician, his eyes twinkling.

The son knew that his father played a stronger game than his mother. To maximize his chance of winning two games in succession, should he play father-mother-father or mother-father-mother?

Hint: Who does he need to beat to win?

Father-mother-father

To beat two games in a row, it is necessary to win the second game. This means that it would be to his advantage to play the second game against the weaker player. Though he plays his father twice, he has a higher chance of winning by playing his mother second.

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To beat two games in a row, it is necessary to win the second game. This means that it would be to his advantage to play the second game against the weaker player. Though he plays his father twice, he has a higher chance of winning by playing his mother second.

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## A Gift To His Daughter

Father offered a gift to his Daughter and told her "If you feel hungry, you may eat it. If you feel thirsty, you may drink it. If you feel coldish, you may burn it." So, what is that gift that father presented to the daughter?

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## The Tenth Floor Elevator Riddle

A man lives on the tenth floor of a building. Every day he takes the elevator to go down to the ground floor to go to work. When he returns he takes the same elevator to the seventh floor and walks up the stairs to reach his apartment on the tenth floor. He hates walking so why does he do it?

Note that there is nothing wrong with the elevator or the design of the building. It's a perfectly normal elevator in a perfectly normal building.

Note that there is nothing wrong with the elevator or the design of the building. It's a perfectly normal elevator in a perfectly normal building.

Hint: The elevator is perfectly normal and the design of the building is perfectly normal, but there is something different about the man.

The man is very short (i.e. a little person).

Because of his short stature, the man is unable to reach any higher than the button for the 7th floor (elevator floor number buttons are laid out in descending floor order from top to bottom).

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Because of his short stature, the man is unable to reach any higher than the button for the 7th floor (elevator floor number buttons are laid out in descending floor order from top to bottom).

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## A Bell Rings Riddle

Hint:

A man takes his blind friend swimming. The seeing man stands on the shore with a handbell to ring so that the blind man can find his way back to shore if he starts getting too far out. There is a buoy with a bell on it floating out far from shore. The blind man hears the buoy's bell and thinks it's his friend's bell so he follows the sound- further out in the water. The friend on shore sees what is happening and begins shouting and ringing his bell furiously. The blind man becomes exhausted out near the buoy and drowns.

A bell rings (the bell on the buoy)

a man cries (the seeing man cries as in shouting out, not sadness crying)

A bell rings (the bell of the seeing man)

a man dies (the blind swimmer)

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A bell rings (the bell on the buoy)

a man cries (the seeing man cries as in shouting out, not sadness crying)

A bell rings (the bell of the seeing man)

a man dies (the blind swimmer)

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## The Parrot Doors Riddle

There are two doors. One door lead to Heaven, while the other leads to Hell. A parrot stands in front of each door. One parrot always tells a lie, while the other always tells the truth. You do not know which parrot or door is which. You are allowed to only ask one question. So, what one question must you ask to determine which door is which, so you can finally go to Heaven? (Hint: The question involves what one parrot would say about the doors.)

Hint:

It doesn't matter which parrot you ask the question to, but the question would be, "What door would the other parrot say is Heaven?". Then you would choose the other door.

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## Protect And Destroy

I am called white. My duty is to protect and destroy. All it takes is a sneeze and I will destroy... at the sign of a cut, I will come to protect. I will fight to my death... no matter how insignificant it may be. I am very helpful yet you can't see me. What am i?

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