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## How Many Sides Does A Circle Haveves Riddles To Solve

## Solving How Many Sides Does A Circle Haveves Riddles

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## The Sides Of A Circle

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## The Sides Of A Circle

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## Three Sides And Three Angles

I have 3 sides. I have 3 angles. I have 3 vertices. I can be equilateral, isosceles, or scalene. What 2D shape am I?

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## Crop Circles Riddle

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## Running In Circles Riddle

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## Square And The Circle Riddle

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## Silent Circles Riddle

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## Finding Circles

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17

Explanation:

You can see the center circle right?

There are 16 more circles. Probably you missed them. Just concentrate on the center circle for a moment and you will find the other 16 circles.

Thus there are a total of 17 circles in the given picture.

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Explanation:

You can see the center circle right?

There are 16 more circles. Probably you missed them. Just concentrate on the center circle for a moment and you will find the other 16 circles.

Thus there are a total of 17 circles in the given picture.

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## Opposite Sides Of The Road

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## Count The Number Of Circles Riddle

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## Toasting Toast

Jasmine has a toaster with two slots that toasts one side of each piece of bread at a time, and it takes one minute to do so.

If she wants to make 3 pieces of toast, what is the least amount of time she needs to toast them on both sides?

If she wants to make 3 pieces of toast, what is the least amount of time she needs to toast them on both sides?

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3 minutes. She puts two pieces in the toaster, toasting one side of each. Then she flips one of them, takes one out, and puts the completely untoasted piece into the toaster. Finally, she takes out the toasted piece and puts the two half-toasted pieces of bread into the toaster for a minute and she's done.

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## What Color Is The Bear?

A man builds a house rectangular in shape. All the sides have southern exposure. A big bear walks by. What color is the bear? Why?

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The bear is white since the house is built on the North Pole.

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## The Red Hat

Once upon a time there lived a king who wished to find the wisest man in the realm to be his assistant. He summons the 3 known wisest men to his court and he administers the following test.

He sits them in a circle, facing each other and he says Im going to put either a red hat or a white hat on each of your heads. He proceeds to place a red hat on each of their heads. Obviously they can see each other but there are no mirrors in the room so they cant see whats on their heads. He says If you can see a red hat, raise your hand. They all raise their hands. Then he says If you can tell what color hat you have on, stand up.

Time goes on, one guy looks at another guy, he looks at the other guy. The other guy looks at him. Finally one guy stands up. The question is how did he know he was wearing a red hat?

He sits them in a circle, facing each other and he says Im going to put either a red hat or a white hat on each of your heads. He proceeds to place a red hat on each of their heads. Obviously they can see each other but there are no mirrors in the room so they cant see whats on their heads. He says If you can see a red hat, raise your hand. They all raise their hands. Then he says If you can tell what color hat you have on, stand up.

Time goes on, one guy looks at another guy, he looks at the other guy. The other guy looks at him. Finally one guy stands up. The question is how did he know he was wearing a red hat?

Hint: For a moment or two, nobody moved. Nobody knew for certain what color his hat was, and thats what told the wisest guy that all of the hats were red.

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Wiseguy #1 knows he can see two red hats.

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Wiseguy #1 thinks, "Hey, if I were wearing a white hat, Wiseguy #2 would see one red hat and one white."

Step 3:

Wiseguy #1 then thinks, "If I were wearing a white hat, and Wiseguy #2 saw one red hat and one white (and if he were wearing a white hat himself), then Wiseguy #3 would have seen two white hats. So, Wiseguy #3 wouldnt have raised his hand to the first question.

Wiseguy #1 thinks, "If that were true, Wiseguy #2 would be sure that he had a red hat. But since Wiseguy #2 was actually unsure about his hat color, it can only mean one thing, my hat is red."

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Wiseguy #1 knows he can see two red hats.

Step 2:

Wiseguy #1 thinks, "Hey, if I were wearing a white hat, Wiseguy #2 would see one red hat and one white."

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Wiseguy #1 then thinks, "If I were wearing a white hat, and Wiseguy #2 saw one red hat and one white (and if he were wearing a white hat himself), then Wiseguy #3 would have seen two white hats. So, Wiseguy #3 wouldnt have raised his hand to the first question.

Wiseguy #1 thinks, "If that were true, Wiseguy #2 would be sure that he had a red hat. But since Wiseguy #2 was actually unsure about his hat color, it can only mean one thing, my hat is red."

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## This Gate's Key Riddle

My first is foremost legally,

My second circles outwardly,

My third leads all in victory,

My fourth twice ends a nominee,

My whole is this gate's only key.

What am I?

My second circles outwardly,

My third leads all in victory,

My fourth twice ends a nominee,

My whole is this gate's only key.

What am I?

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## Lakes And Boats Riddle

There is a lake with shores A and B. Two motorboats M and N are standing on the opposite sides (A and B respectively). M leaves A and N leaves B and start moving with constant speeds. They meet for the first time 500 yards away from A. After touching the shores, they return back to the previous shore point without taking any break. This time they meet at 300 yards away from B.

Can you determine how wide the lake is? What is the relation between the speeds of boats?

Can you determine how wide the lake is? What is the relation between the speeds of boats?

Hint:

When the boats meet for the first time, they have sailed a combined distance that is equal to one length of the lake. When they meet the second time, they have sailed 3 lengths. The elapsed time and the distance for each is three times.

When they meet for the second time, the boat M has sailed 500 x 3 = 1500 yards. Now, this is 300 yards longer than the length of the lake, it must be 1200 yards wide.

The ration between the speed of boat M and boat N is equal to the ratio of the distance that they have sailed before they meet the first time.

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When they meet for the second time, the boat M has sailed 500 x 3 = 1500 yards. Now, this is 300 yards longer than the length of the lake, it must be 1200 yards wide.

The ration between the speed of boat M and boat N is equal to the ratio of the distance that they have sailed before they meet the first time.

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## A Member Of The Quadrilateral Family

I am a member of the quadrilateral family. I have 4 sides. I have 4 right angles. All of my sides are the same length. What 2D shape am I?

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