## Duty Box Riddles To Solve

## Solving Duty Box Riddles

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## Box Of Chocolates Riddle

If you took 5 chocolates from a box which contained 21 chocolates, how many chocolates would you have?

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## Boxes Of Balls Riddle

The first box has two white balls. The second box has two black balls. The third box has a white and a black ball.

Boxes are labeled but all labels are wrong!

You are allowed to open one box, pick one ball at random, see its color and put it back into the box, without seeing the color of the other ball.

How many such operations are necessary to correctly label the boxes?

Boxes are labeled but all labels are wrong!

You are allowed to open one box, pick one ball at random, see its color and put it back into the box, without seeing the color of the other ball.

How many such operations are necessary to correctly label the boxes?

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Just One!

Because we know all labels are wrong.

So the BW box must be either BB or WW. Selecting one ball from BW will let you know which.

And the other two boxes can then be worked out logically.

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Because we know all labels are wrong.

So the BW box must be either BB or WW. Selecting one ball from BW will let you know which.

And the other two boxes can then be worked out logically.

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## 10 Boxes Riddle

There are ten boxes containing some balls. Each of the ball weighs exactly 10 grams. One of those boxes have defective balls (all the defective balls weigh 9 grams each).

An electronic weighing machine is provided to you and you are allowed only one chance of weighing on it.

How will you find out which box has defective balls ?

An electronic weighing machine is provided to you and you are allowed only one chance of weighing on it.

How will you find out which box has defective balls ?

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Let us simplify boxes by naming them from 1 to 10.

Now the trick here is to pick different number of balls from different boxes. So to simplify things, we will pick balls corresponding to box number.

Thus, pick 1 ball from Box 1, 2 balls from box 2, 3 balls from box 3 and so on. You will have 55 balls altogether. Now, put them all in the balance.

If all balls were weighing accurate 10 grams, the total weight of the 55 balls would have been 550 grams. But one of the box must have had the defective balls.

Suppose if the defective balls were in box number 2, then the total weight will be 2 grams less than 550. If the defective balls were in box 8, the total weight will be less than 8 grams from 550. In this way, you will be able to identify which box has the defective balls.

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Now the trick here is to pick different number of balls from different boxes. So to simplify things, we will pick balls corresponding to box number.

Thus, pick 1 ball from Box 1, 2 balls from box 2, 3 balls from box 3 and so on. You will have 55 balls altogether. Now, put them all in the balance.

If all balls were weighing accurate 10 grams, the total weight of the 55 balls would have been 550 grams. But one of the box must have had the defective balls.

Suppose if the defective balls were in box number 2, then the total weight will be 2 grams less than 550. If the defective balls were in box 8, the total weight will be less than 8 grams from 550. In this way, you will be able to identify which box has the defective balls.

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## In Love With A Boxer Riddle

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## The Big Metal Box Riddle

In a cave there is a treasure within a big metal box with a lock on it. There is also a monster in the cave that has two keys with him; one gold and the other silver. The monster will give you only one chance to open the lock using one of the keys. If the box doesnt open, the monster will kill you. Since the monster is a bit helpful it would give you a clue in finding out the correct key. Can you choose the correct key by deciphering the below clue?

A GKOY OEPD LYEO DCNO EAAR NNN

A GKOY OEPD LYEO DCNO EAAR NNN

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The gold key will open the lock.

The clue says A Golden Key Can Open Any Door. Decipher the message by taking the first letter of each word, then the second letter of each word, then the third letter and so on to construct the sentence.

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The clue says A Golden Key Can Open Any Door. Decipher the message by taking the first letter of each word, then the second letter of each word, then the third letter and so on to construct the sentence.

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## A Large Box Of Money Riddle

I have a large money box, 48 centemeters square and 42 centemeters tall. Roughly how many coins can I place in my empty money box?

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## Boxing And A Cold Riddle

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A boxer knows his blows; a person with a cold blows his nose.

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## Box Top Racing Ants Riddle

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## Carried In A Box Riddle

Before you get engaged

In a small box it is carried

It is what gets exchanged

On the day that you get married

In a small box it is carried

It is what gets exchanged

On the day that you get married

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## Stuffing Your Box Riddle

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## Bigger Than A Match Box Riddle

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## Shaped Like A Box

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## A Box Of Diamonds Riddle

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## Jason Voorhees And A Box Of Cherrios Riddle

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## How Many Cats Can You Put In An Empty Box Riddle

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