## Verb Riddles To Solve

## Solving Verb Riddles

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## What Breaks Yet Never Falls Riddle

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## I Live Above A Star Riddle

I live above a star but never burn. I have 11 neighbors but they never turn. My initials are p, q, r and sometimes s.

What am I?

What am I?

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## Fox Goose Beans Riddle

Once upon a time a farmer went to a market and purchased a fox, a goose, and a bag of beans. On his way home, the farmer came to the bank of a river and rented a boat. But in crossing the river by boat, the farmer could carry only himself and a single one of his purchases: the fox, the goose, or the bag of beans. If left unattended together, the fox would eat the goose, or the goose would eat the beans. The farmer's challenge was to carry himself and his purchases to the far bank of the river, leaving each purchase intact. How did he do it?

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The first step must be to take the goose across the river, as any other will result in the goose or the beans being eaten. When the farmer returns to the original side, he has the choice of taking either the fox or the beans across next. If he takes the fox across, he would have to return to get the beans, resulting in the fox eating the goose. If he takes the beans across second, he will need to return to get the fox, resulting in the beans being eaten by the goose. The dilemma is solved by taking the fox (or the beans) over and bringing the goose back. Now he can take the beans (or the fox) over, and finally return to fetch the goose. His actions in the solution are summarized in the following steps: Take the Goose over Return Take the beans over Return with the goose Take the fox over Return Take goose over Thus there are seven crossings, four forward and three back.

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## Placed In A Sauce Pan Riddle

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## What Type Of Dress Riddle

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## A Train Leaves From Halifax Riddle

A train leaves from Halifax, Nova Scotia heading towards Vancouver, British Columbia at 120 km/h. Three hours later, a train leaves Vancouver heading towards Halifax at 180 km/h. Assume theres exactly 6000 kilometers between Vancouver and Halifax. When they meet, which train is closer to Halifax?

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Both trains would be at the same spot when they meet therefore they are both equally close to Halifax.

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## Dog Never Bites Riddle

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## Beating Up Fido

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## The Serial Killer Husband

A man kills his wife. Many people watch him doing so. Yet no one will ever be able to accuse him of murder. Why?

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## Little Billy's Calculator

Little Billy has a calculator with 15 buttons. He has 10 keys for 0-9, a key for addition, multiplication, division, and subtraction. Finally, he has an = sign. However, Mark the Meanie messed up the programming on Billy's calculator. Now, whenever Billy presses any of the number keys, it comes up with a random single-digit number. The same goes for the four operations keys (+,-,x, /). So whenever Billy tries to press the + button, the calculator chooses randomly between addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division. The only key left untouched was the = sign.

Now, if Billy were to press one number key, one operation key, then another number key, then the = button, what are the chances the answer comes out to 6?

Now, if Billy were to press one number key, one operation key, then another number key, then the = button, what are the chances the answer comes out to 6?

Hint: Think about how many ways he could possibly get 6.

There is a 4% chance.

There are 16 possible ways to get 6.

0+6

1+5

2+4

3+3

6+0

5+1

4+2

9-3

8-2

7-1

6-0

1x6

2x3

6x1

3x2

6/1

There are 400 possible button combinations.

When Billy presses any number key, there are 10 possibilities; when he presses any operation key, there are 4 possibilities.

10(1st#)x4(Operation)x10(2nd#)=400

16 working combinations/400 possible combinations= .04 or 4%

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There are 16 possible ways to get 6.

0+6

1+5

2+4

3+3

6+0

5+1

4+2

9-3

8-2

7-1

6-0

1x6

2x3

6x1

3x2

6/1

There are 400 possible button combinations.

When Billy presses any number key, there are 10 possibilities; when he presses any operation key, there are 4 possibilities.

10(1st#)x4(Operation)x10(2nd#)=400

16 working combinations/400 possible combinations= .04 or 4%

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## Swallowed Up By A Whale

Instead of going to Nineveh

This person decided to bail

Thrown overboard while out to sea

He was swallowed up by a whale

He is...

This person decided to bail

Thrown overboard while out to sea

He was swallowed up by a whale

He is...

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## Pulled Over Blonde

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Her headlights weren't working, so she was flashing people.

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## On The Deck Of A Ship

Imagine you are on the deck of a ship in the middle of the ocean and a lady walks by you, stops, and pushes you overboard. SPLASH! By the time you realized where you were, the ship was out of sight. You struggle to keep your head above water, but when you look around you see a shark coming straight towards you. What do you do?

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## The Merchant Of Venice

How does Nerissa describe the trial of the caskets in "The Merchant of Venice"?

Fill in the gap. "NERISSA: Your father was ever virtuous; and holy men at their death have good inspirations: therefore ___ _______, that he hath devised in these three chests of gold, silver and lead, whereof who chooses his meaning chooses you, will, no doubt, never be chosen by any rightly but one who shall rightly love."

Fill in the gap. "NERISSA: Your father was ever virtuous; and holy men at their death have good inspirations: therefore ___ _______, that he hath devised in these three chests of gold, silver and lead, whereof who chooses his meaning chooses you, will, no doubt, never be chosen by any rightly but one who shall rightly love."

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## A Mother And Father Riddle

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