## If John Has 200k Mary 5 K Riddles To Solve

## Solving If John Has 200k Mary 5 K Riddles

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## What Kind Of Room Has No Doors Or Windows Riddle

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## A Knight To The Rescue

A knight comes to a castle where his love is trapped. The castle is surrounded by a square moat that is 10 feet wide (it forms a square around the castle). The knight is able to fashion two 9 foot long planks to cross the moat.

How can he do this?

How can he do this?

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He puts one plank across the corner of the square (where two sides meet) and puts the other perpendicular to it to form a 'T' shape in the corner allowing him to cross the moat and save his beloved.

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## I Just Cant Wait To Be King!

I live in the jungle

My father was killed

I am to be king of

the jungle one day

I sing I can't wait to be king

Who am I?

My father was killed

I am to be king of

the jungle one day

I sing I can't wait to be king

Who am I?

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## Purring Kittens Riddle

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## Field Trip Kittens Riddle

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## Three Keys Riddle

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## The 500 Pound Monster

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## Kitty Criminal Riddle

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## Retired Killer Riddle

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## King Octopus Riddle

King Octopus has servants with six, seven, or eight legs. The servants with seven legs always lie, but the servants with either six or eight legs always say the truth.

One day, 4 servants met:

The blue one says: Altogether we have 28 legs;

The green one says: Altogether we have 27 legs;

The yellow one says: Altogether we have 26 legs;

The red one says: Altogether we have 25 legs.

What is the color of the servant that is speaking the truth?

One day, 4 servants met:

The blue one says: Altogether we have 28 legs;

The green one says: Altogether we have 27 legs;

The yellow one says: Altogether we have 26 legs;

The red one says: Altogether we have 25 legs.

What is the color of the servant that is speaking the truth?

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The green one is telling the truth.

Lets assume that one of them is telling the truth and then try to prove that. Since all four servants are disagreeing then 3 of them must be lying.

The servant telling the truth will have either 6 or 8 legs. The other 3 servants will have 7 legs since they lie. So the total number of legs should be either 27 (6 + 7 + 7 + 7) legs or 29 (8 + 7 + 7 +7) legs. Only green servant could be telling the truth as it said 27 legs.

Alternatively, lets say blue is telling the truth: so the blue one has either 6 or 8 legs. And each of the other octopuses are lying hence have 7 legs each. So our total number of legs: 6 + 7 + 7 + 7 = 27 legs or 8 + 7 + 7 + 7 = 29 legs. But since blue said that altogether they have 28 legs, we know he is lying.

If you follow this same logic for all of them, you realize that only the green octopus can be telling the truth as the number of legs adds up.

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Lets assume that one of them is telling the truth and then try to prove that. Since all four servants are disagreeing then 3 of them must be lying.

The servant telling the truth will have either 6 or 8 legs. The other 3 servants will have 7 legs since they lie. So the total number of legs should be either 27 (6 + 7 + 7 + 7) legs or 29 (8 + 7 + 7 +7) legs. Only green servant could be telling the truth as it said 27 legs.

Alternatively, lets say blue is telling the truth: so the blue one has either 6 or 8 legs. And each of the other octopuses are lying hence have 7 legs each. So our total number of legs: 6 + 7 + 7 + 7 = 27 legs or 8 + 7 + 7 + 7 = 29 legs. But since blue said that altogether they have 28 legs, we know he is lying.

If you follow this same logic for all of them, you realize that only the green octopus can be telling the truth as the number of legs adds up.

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## Little Johnny's Cats Riddle

Little Johnny's teacher asks him, "If I gave you two cats, then two more, and two more cats; how many would you have?"

Little Johnny replies, "Seven!"

His teacher asks him again more slowly, "If I gave you two cats, then two more, and two more cats; how many would you have?"

But again Little Johnny replies, "Seven!"

Next she asks, "If I get two cats, then two more, and two more cats; how many would I have?"

Little Johnny replies, "Six!"

"Good Job Johnny! Now if I gave you two cats, then two more, and two more cats; how many would you have?"

Johnny thinks for a second, "Seven."

But Johnny is not wrong. Why?

Little Johnny replies, "Seven!"

His teacher asks him again more slowly, "If I gave you two cats, then two more, and two more cats; how many would you have?"

But again Little Johnny replies, "Seven!"

Next she asks, "If I get two cats, then two more, and two more cats; how many would I have?"

Little Johnny replies, "Six!"

"Good Job Johnny! Now if I gave you two cats, then two more, and two more cats; how many would you have?"

Johnny thinks for a second, "Seven."

But Johnny is not wrong. Why?

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## The Useless Keys Riddle

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## A Knights Fish Riddle

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## Keys But No Lock Riddle

I have keys but do not lock. I have space but have no room. You can enter but not come in what am I?

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## I Hold Keys Riddle

I am a box who holds keys but not locks. With the right combination I may unlock your soul. What am I?

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