## Broken Ice Cream Truck Riddle

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## Grown Men Crying Riddle

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## Broken Pirate Phone Riddle

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## Left Behind Riddle

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## Drying Crying Tears Riddle

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## Crying Cookie Riddle

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## 1 Cookie Riddle

A boy is allowed to take one cookie from the jar, but at the end there are no cookies left, but he kept his promise of one cookie. How were all the cookies gone?

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## Rising Above The Din

My voice rises above the din, sometimes catching all unaware. I never ask questions, yet get many answers.

What am I?

What am I?

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## A Lot Of Sand

Im going to give you a riddle

So lets see if you can answer this

What has little rain and a lot of sand

Where youd want to see an oasis?

So lets see if you can answer this

What has little rain and a lot of sand

Where youd want to see an oasis?

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## Chances Of A 2nd Girl Riddle

Tipli and Pikli are a married couple (dont ask me who he is and who she is)

They have two children, one of the child is a boy. Assume safely that the probability of each gender is 1/2.

What is the probability that the other child is also a boy?

They have two children, one of the child is a boy. Assume safely that the probability of each gender is 1/2.

What is the probability that the other child is also a boy?

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

YES NO

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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## Dont Trust The Ocean

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