PUZZLE QUESTIONS

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Listed below are some obscure and potentially helpful facts about puzzle questions:
• In the Zimbabwe system of education, puzzling questions are a major tool of educators.
• In ancient Greek literature, the art of riddle was used extensively to help keep audiences engaged.
• There are many studies that suggest that challenging yourself with puzzling questions on a regular basis provides tremendous benefits for the brain.
• The definition and the amount of the types of riddles there actually are, is something that has caused debates between scholars all over the world for centuries.
• Many modern teachers use questions in the form of puzzles to help their students exercise their brains, and to help think of new concepts they may not have otherwise.

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At Riddles and Answers we have compiled (what we know is) the greatest collection of puzzling questions on the internet. These challenging riddles are composed of a section that gives just enough information for the audience to solve the problem. Then asks the the viewer of this information to give an answer to a question relating to what was just given.

These are some of the most frustrating and intense questions that you may be able to find around the web so keep in mind to exercise patience with yourself or your audience before giving up.

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McDonalds Riddle

Hint: The key is to first determine how much each item is worth. The drink is clearly worth 10, and it's apparent from the second line that the burgers are worth five.
Pictures of the fries are each worth two, but you have to keep in mind that each individual packet of fries is worth one when you get to the next line. That has baited people into thinking, incorrectly, that the last line is 5 + 2 x 10.

The fourth line has also thrown many people off because it involves order of operations after already including the tricky single packet of fries.

Multiplication comes before addition, so you have to multiply one packet of fries by one drink and then add that to one burger. Thus, 5 + (1x10) = 15.
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Key Lego 2 Shark Riddle

Hint: The correct answer is Spanish
Mami que tu quiere. (Mommy whatever you want)
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Egg Egg Ham Riddle

Hint:
Green eggs and ham
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Solved: 48%

Can You See The Cat Riddle

Hint:
The curve of the curtain and the outline of the woman's face and shoulder creates the outline of a cat.
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Solved: 40%

Circles Under The Eyes Riddle

Hint:
Dark Circles Under the Eyes
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Solved: 52%

Shoe Guy Scarf Riddle

Hint:
43. Shoe (5) + Man, two scarves and two shoes (19) times scarf (2).

19 x 2 is 38. 38 + 5 is 43.
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Solved: 54%

An Attractive Girl Riddle

Hint:
Look at her hand. She has five fingers besides the obvious thumb that is not visible. This is not possible and that is what is wrong with the picture
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Solved: 50%

The Fourth Column Riddle

Hint:
The correct choice will be the option 'd'.

In each succeeding row, the previous column is reversed and the lowest digits are omitted.
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Solved: 67%

Find Those Missing Numbers Riddle

Hint:
The number missing on the left is 8 and the one on right is 7.

Explanation:
The pattern:
The number in the center of triangle is the square root of the sum of the numbers sitting outside on the corners.

Thus,
10 + 22 + 4 = 36
Square Root of 36 = 6

In the same manner:

10 + 42 + 12 = 64
Square Root of 64 = 8

12 + 22 + 15 = 49
Square Root of 49 = 7
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Solved: 41%

Hint:
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Solved: 39%

Hidden Tiger Riddle

Hint:
Look at the stripes at tiger's body. It's written there.
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Solved: 51%

The Correct Number Riddle

Hint:
121

Explanation
Tables consist of squares of the number from 4 to 12.
11^2 = 121.
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Solved: 57%

Pick A Card Any Card

Hint:
5 of clubs.

Explanation:
The 5th number is equal to the sum of first four number (recursively until its value <=13). The suit will be same as of biggest card.
eg Row1:
5 + 7 + 3 + 11 = 26 = 8
Since Maximum value is Jack of hearts, therefore, we will get 8 of hearts

Similarly for the last row
12+13+2+5 = 32 = 5
Since Maximum value is King of a club, therefore, we will get 5 of a club.
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Solved: 16%

Count The Number Of Circles Riddle

Hint:
12
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Solved: 84%

Shoe Man Whistle

Hint:
The third equation has a term with a pair of whistles. The last line involves a single whistle.

Furthermore, the man in the second and third lines are wearing a whistle, but the man in the last line is not wearing a whistle. Presumably the value of the whistle should be accounted for to get the correct answer.

The pictures can be translated into the following equations:

shoes + shoes + shoes = 30
shoes + (man + whistle) + (man + whistle) = 20
(man + whistle) + 2(whistles) + 2(whistles) = 13
shoes + (man) x (whistle) = ?

From the first equation we can solve for the shoes value:

shoes + shoes + shoes = 30
3(shoes) = 30
shoes = 10

We can then solve the second equation for the (man + whistle) value:

shoes + (man + whistle) + (man + whistle) = 20
10 + 2(man + whistle) = 20
2(man + whistle) = 10
man + whistle = 5

Then we solve the third equation for the whistle:

(man + whistle) + 2(whistles) + 2(whistles) = 13
5 + 4(whistles) = 13
4(whistles) = 8
whistle = 2

We also need to solve for the value of the man:

man + whistle = 5
man + 2 = 5
man = 3

Now we can evaluate the final expression, remembering the order of operations that multiplication should be evaluated before addition:

shoes + (man) x (whistle) = ?

10 + 3 x 2
= 10 + 3 x 2
= 10 + 6
= 16
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Solved: 51%

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1. What do you call a puzzle that's always a little tipsy? A wobbler jigsaw.

2. What do you get when you cross a crossword puzzle with a rooster? An egg-citing crossword.

3. What's a puzzle's favorite meal? Jigsaw-cola and puzzle-fries.

4. Why did the puzzle refuse to be solved? It was glued to its pieces.

5. What do you call a puzzle that's missing one piece? A teetering jigsaw.

6. What kind of puzzle makes the best babysitter? A paci-fizzer.

7. Why did the jigsaw pieces start singing? They finally found their missing link.

8. What's the difference between a puzzle and a politician? A puzzle is honest about being a piece of the whole.

9. Why did the puzzle go on a diet? It wanted to be a smaller piece of the pie.

10. What do you call a puzzle that's always bossy? A dictator-core.

11. What did the puzzle say to the other puzzle on the first day of school? "Let's stick together."

12. What kind of puzzle can fit in your pocket? A mini-tickler.

13. Why did the puzzle move to the countryside? It wanted to be a pieceful jigsaw.

14. What's a pirate's favorite puzzle? A treasure-teaser.

15. What do you call a puzzle that's always procrastinating? A staller-filler.

16. What took the puzzle so long to finish? It wanted to puzzle through every piece.

17. What do you get when you mix a puzzle and a shoe? A sole-solver.

18. Why was the puzzle bad at telling jokes? It always got the pieces mixed up.

19. What did the puzzle say to the microwave? "Let's heat things up."

20. What kind of puzzle is the most emotional? A jigsaw-mo.

21. What do you call a puzzle in space? A cosmic-tickler.

22. Why did the puzzle go to therapy? It was feeling disjointed.

23. What do you call a puzzle that's on fire? A blazing-brick.

24. What's a puzzle's favorite holiday? Christmas-puzzle.

25. What do you call a puzzle that's always changing its mind? A flip-flopper-jig.

26. What kind of puzzle can you eat? A candy-cryptic.

27. What do you get when you mix a puzzle and a snowman? A frosty-teaser.

28. Why was the puzzle afraid of the dark? It didn't have all of its pieces.

29. What do you call a puzzle that's always spinning? A pinwheel-puzzler.

30. What kind of puzzle can fly? A sky-jig.

31. Why don't puzzles make good detectives? They always leave a piece of evidence behind.

32. What's a puzzle's favorite TV show? Wheel of-fortune-teaser.

33. Why was the puzzle always running late? It had trouble piecing itself together.

34. What kind of puzzle is the most mystical? A wizard-teaser.

35. Why did the puzzle go to the gym? It wanted to be a piece of the action.

36. What do you get when you mix a puzzle and a frog? A hoppy-tickler.

37. What kind of puzzle is the most popular? A crowd-teaser.

38. What's a puzzle's favorite instrument? Jigsaw-piano.

39. Why can't puzzles be trusted with secrets? They always spill the pieces.

40. What do you call a puzzle that's always nervous? A jigsaw-sweater.

41. What kind of puzzle gets better with age? A vintage-teaser.

42. What's a puzzle's favorite word? Interlocking.

43. Why do puzzles make great detectives? They can solve things piece by piece.

44. What kind of puzzle is always in a hurry? A racer-jig.

45. What do you get when you mix a puzzle and a bear? A grizzly-teaser.

46. What kind of puzzle is the most musical? A rhythm-tickler.

47. Why was the puzzle always singing? It was in harmony with all its pieces.

48. What do you call a puzzle that's always in motion? A jig-saw.

49. What kind of puzzle is the most athletic? A jumping-jig.

50. Why can't you trust a puzzle in water? It always falls apart at the seams.