## Growing On Trees Riddle

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## Fruit Friends Riddle

If you and a friend have the same amount of apples, how many does she need to give you in order to have 10 more apples than her?

Hint:

She will always need to give you 5 apples. You both need at least 5 apples to begin with, but apart from that it doesnt matter exactly how many you each have. When she gives you 5 you will have 10 more than her because she will lose 5 and you will gain 5, resulting in a net difference of 10.

For example, if you each have 25 apples and she gives you 5 of hers, she will be left with 20 and you will now have 30, precisely 10 more than she has.

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For example, if you each have 25 apples and she gives you 5 of hers, she will be left with 20 and you will now have 30, precisely 10 more than she has.

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## Fuzzy Outside Riddle

This is a type of small fruit

Which is smaller than your hand

Fuzzy outside, green inside

Often comes from New Zealand

Which is smaller than your hand

Fuzzy outside, green inside

Often comes from New Zealand

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## Find Me In A Palm Tree Riddle

This is a fruit that contains some water

And can provide milk and oil for cooking

If you ever want to see one growing

On a palm tree's where you should be looking

And can provide milk and oil for cooking

If you ever want to see one growing

On a palm tree's where you should be looking

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## Not A Melon Riddle

I am a type of citrus fruit

Although I am not an orange

I am not a melon either

But melon you should rearrange

What am I?

Although I am not an orange

I am not a melon either

But melon you should rearrange

What am I?

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## Outside Seeds Riddle

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## Fruit On A Summer Day

This large green fruit has red pulp inside and watery juice Best enjoyed cold on a hot summer day. What is it?

Hint:

## Felonious Fruit

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## 100 Fruits

For $1 you get 40 Cherries. For $3 you get 1 Orange. For $5 you get 1 Watermelon. Your mother told you to get 100 fruits for $100. How many of Cherries, Oranges and Watermelons will you buy?

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## Fruit Shopping

I am at the local super-market buying fruits. An apple costs $1. An orange costs $9 more than the apple. A watermelon costs $5 more than the orange. If I buy one of each of these 3, what is the total amount I have to pay?

Hint:

$26

The cost of an apple is $1. Since it is mentioned that the orange is $9 more than the apple.

Cost of orange = $10; So cost of watermelon = $15

So if I buy all 3 the total I have to pay is; 1 + 10 + 15 = $26

YES NO

The cost of an apple is $1. Since it is mentioned that the orange is $9 more than the apple.

Cost of orange = $10; So cost of watermelon = $15

So if I buy all 3 the total I have to pay is; 1 + 10 + 15 = $26

*Did you answer this riddle correctly?*YES NO

## Fruity Anagrams

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## A Popular Tropical Fruit

This is a popular tropical fruit

Which is used in a pina colada

Its inside is yellow, sweet and juicy

While the outside of it is much harder

What is this tropical fruit?

Which is used in a pina colada

Its inside is yellow, sweet and juicy

While the outside of it is much harder

What is this tropical fruit?

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## A Fruit Trees Like

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## Brown And Hairy Riddle

This is a type of fruit

Whose outsides brown and hairy

Its white on the inside

And it comes from a palm tree

What is is?

Whose outsides brown and hairy

Its white on the inside

And it comes from a palm tree

What is is?

Hint:

## Fruit That Contains Water

This is a fruit that contains some water

And can provide milk and oil for cooking

If you ever want to see one growing

On a palm trees where you should be looking

This fruit is a?

And can provide milk and oil for cooking

If you ever want to see one growing

On a palm trees where you should be looking

This fruit is a?

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