## What Was The Ya Presidents Name In 1996 Rid Riddles To Solve

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## Famous American Presidents Riddle

We are two of the most famous American Presidents.

Our names both have sixteen letters.

I was born in 1846, he was born in 1946.

I was elected in 1860, he was elected in 1960.

We both died on Friday by gunshot to the head.

Who are we?

Our names both have sixteen letters.

I was born in 1846, he was born in 1946.

I was elected in 1860, he was elected in 1960.

We both died on Friday by gunshot to the head.

Who are we?

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## Presidents Of The United States Riddle

The 22nd and 24th presidents of the United States of America had the same parents, but were not brothers. How can this be possible?

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They were the same man. Grover Cleveland served two terms as president of the United States, but the terms were not consecutive.

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## The Ball Of Yarn Riddle

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## Two Presidents Riddle

The 22nd and 24th Presidents had the same biological mother and father, but weren't brothers. They were both male, and were never female. Neither were adopted or "switched at birth". How is this possible?

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They were the same person. The 22nd President was Grover Cleveland. After his first term, Benjamin Harrison was voted into office. Once Harrison was voted out of office, Cleveland was voted back in, becoming the 23rd President.

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## A List Of Names Riddle

Lennie was cleaning up some old papers in his office and found a list with the following names:

Washington

Jefferson

Lincoln

Hamilton

Jackson

Grant

The last name on the list was mostly worn away and he couldnt make it out. What was the last name and why?

Washington

Jefferson

Lincoln

Hamilton

Jackson

Grant

The last name on the list was mostly worn away and he couldnt make it out. What was the last name and why?

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Franklin. Its a list of the men on U.S. currency, $1, $2, $5, $10, $20 and $50. The $100 bill has Franklin. And an interesting tidbit is that Hamilton, along with Franklin, are the only two men in the list who did not serve as president.

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## Twice Named City Riddle

This is a very large US city

The Empire State Building view is nice

Theres a famous Thanksgiving Day parade

The city is so good they named it twice

The Empire State Building view is nice

Theres a famous Thanksgiving Day parade

The city is so good they named it twice

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## Drinking Presidents Riddle

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## A Monster Named Hulk Riddle

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## Around The Yard Riddle

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## Yahtzee Riddle

The game of Yahtzee is played with five dice. On the first turn, a player rolls all five dice, and then may decide to keep any, all, or none of the dice aside before rolling again. Each player has a maximum of three rolls to try to get a favorable combination of dice "kept" on the side.

If a player rolls two 2s and two 4s on his/her first roll, and keeps all four of these dice aside, what is the probability of getting a full house (three of one value and two of another) in one of his/her next two rolls? (ie what is the probability of getting either a 2 or a 4 in one of the next two rolls?)

If a player rolls two 2s and two 4s on his/her first roll, and keeps all four of these dice aside, what is the probability of getting a full house (three of one value and two of another) in one of his/her next two rolls? (ie what is the probability of getting either a 2 or a 4 in one of the next two rolls?)

Hint: Think of the probability of NOT getting a full house.

5/9

The answer is NOT 2/3 because you cannot add probabilities. On each roll, the probability of getting a 2 or a 4 is 1/3, so therefore, the probability of not getting a 2 or a 4 is 2/3. Since the die is being rolled twice, square 2/3 to get a 4/9 probability of NOT getting a full house in two rolls. The probability of getting a full house is therefore 1 - 4/9, or 5/9.

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The answer is NOT 2/3 because you cannot add probabilities. On each roll, the probability of getting a 2 or a 4 is 1/3, so therefore, the probability of not getting a 2 or a 4 is 2/3. Since the die is being rolled twice, square 2/3 to get a 4/9 probability of NOT getting a full house in two rolls. The probability of getting a full house is therefore 1 - 4/9, or 5/9.

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## A Blind Man Named Grandpa Riddle

A blind man named Grandpa has boarded a train to his home. He underwent a successful operation on his eyes and the doctor asked him to open the bandages after 6 hours. On his train journey, he opened the bandages and within seconds commit suicide by jumping off the train.

Why did Grandpa commit suicide despite his eye operation was successful?

Why did Grandpa commit suicide despite his eye operation was successful?

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When blind man "Grandpa" opened his bandages, the train must be passing through the dark tunnel. The man thought he was still blind and hence commit suicide.

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## Insect Names Riddle

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## Captured By The Riddler

In the land of Geopolizza, three men were captured by the infamous Riddler. So, the Riddler buries the three men, named 1, 2 and 3 in such a manner, that 1 is in the front, 2 in the middle and 3 in the back. They are buried neck deep, and cannot move, not even their heads. He shows them 5 caps, two of which are red and 3 of them are white. He then switches off the lights and places a hat on top of their heads. The situation is such that no one can see their hat color, 1 is facing the wall and cant say anything, 2 can see 1 and 3 can see both 1 and 2. Then he tells the rules of his game: "If either of you three can tell the correct color of your head, I will let all of you go. However, if any of you answer wrong, all 3 of you will instantly die. Time is 3 minutes."

Upon 2 and half minutes passing, A shouts the answer and all 3 are released free. How did he know the correct answer ?

Upon 2 and half minutes passing, A shouts the answer and all 3 are released free. How did he know the correct answer ?

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P3 can only be certain of his cap if 1 & 2 are both white. Since he is not certain then 1 & 2 must be either white/red or red/red. 2 knows this but the only combination that he will be able to know the colour of his own cap is if he sees that 1 is wearing a white cap. 1 knows this but as 2 remains uncertain then 1 must be wearing a red cap.

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## Feet In A Yard Riddle

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## Netflix Wires Lifesavers Riddle

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