## From Block To Block Riddle

I carry lots of people.

I pick them up and drop them off.

I might travel from city to city.

I might only go from block to block.

I am a...

I pick them up and drop them off.

I might travel from city to city.

I might only go from block to block.

I am a...

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## The Mountain Of Two Paths

You walk up to a mountain that has two paths. One leads to the other side of the mountain, and the other will get you lost forever. Two twins know the path that leads to the other side. You can ask them only one question. Except! One lies and one tells the truth, and you don't know which is which. So, What do you ask?

Hint:

You ask each twin What would your brother say?. This works because.... Well let's say the correct path is on the left side. So say you asked the liar "What would your brother say?" Well, the liar would know his brother was honest and he would say the left side, but since the liar lies, he would say right. If you asked the honest twin the same question, he would say right, because he knows his brother will lie. Therefore, you would know that the correct path was the left!

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## Around The World Riddle

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## Billy's Bicycle Riddle

Bill rode his bicycle 300 miles. Three tires were used equally in accumulating this distance. How many miles of wear did each tire sustain?

Hint:

200 miles. For every mile traveled, each of the two tires sustained one mile of usage. Therefore, in a total of 300 miles traveled, there would be a total of 600 miles of wear. And 600 divided by three is 200.

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## Traveling A Great Distance

How do you travel a great distance without letting your feet touch the ground, while never leaving it?

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## Rabbit Travel Riddle

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## Denver To Australia Riddle

You're the pilot an airplane, traveling from Denver, Colorado to Australia.

The plane is going 652 mph, taking four pit stops and facing severe weather conditions. On the fourth day the plane finally arrives on Australia and everyone on board enjoyed their flight. What is the pilot of the planes name?

The plane is going 652 mph, taking four pit stops and facing severe weather conditions. On the fourth day the plane finally arrives on Australia and everyone on board enjoyed their flight. What is the pilot of the planes name?

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Your the pilot of the plane! Re-read the first sentence...

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## Grand Central Station Riddle

This is a type of transport

You can take all over the nation

You travel on railroads

And might stop at Grand Central Station.

What am I?

You can take all over the nation

You travel on railroads

And might stop at Grand Central Station.

What am I?

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## A Train Of Two Cities

A train leaves from New York City (NYC) heading towards Los Angeles (LA) at 100 mph. Three hours later, a train leaves LA heading towards NYC at 200 MPH. Assume there's exactly 2000 miles between LA and NYC. When they meet, which train is closer to New York City?

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## Two Girls On A Train

Two schoolgirls were traveling from the city to a dacha (summer cottage) on an electric train.

"I notice," one of the girls said "that the dacha trains coming in the opposite direction passes us every 5 minutes. What do you think-how many dacha trains arrive in the city in an hour, given equal speeds in both directions?"

"Twelve, of course," the other girl answered, "because 60 divided by 5 equals 12."

The first girl did not agree. What do you think?

"I notice," one of the girls said "that the dacha trains coming in the opposite direction passes us every 5 minutes. What do you think-how many dacha trains arrive in the city in an hour, given equal speeds in both directions?"

"Twelve, of course," the other girl answered, "because 60 divided by 5 equals 12."

The first girl did not agree. What do you think?

Hint:

If the girls had been on a standing train, the first girl's calculations would have been correct, but their train was moving. It took 5 minutes to meet a second train, but then it took the second train 5 more minutes to reach where the girls met the first train. So the time between trains is 10 minutes, not 5, and only 6 trains per hour arrive in the city.

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## From Town To Town Riddle

Trains travel from one town to another town all day, always on the same track, always going nonstop and at the same speed. The noon train took 80 minutes to complete the trip, but the 4 PM train took an hour and 20 minutes. Why?

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## 50 Passengers Riddle

A plane with 50 passengers crashes and everyone is killed, but there were only 49 bodies. How is this possible?

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## Two Trains In A Tunnel

Two trains both enter a one way tunnel at different ends exactly on 9:00, but they both come out the other end unharmed 5 minutes later, how is this possible?

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One train entered the tunnel at 9:00am and the other at 9:00pm

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## Soldiers Across A River

A detachment of soldiers must cross a river. The bridge is broken, the river is deep. What to do?

Suddenly the officer in charge spots two boys playing in a row boat by the shore.

The boat is so tiny however, that is could only hold two boys or one soldier.

Still all the soldiers make it across the river in the boat. How?

Suddenly the officer in charge spots two boys playing in a row boat by the shore.

The boat is so tiny however, that is could only hold two boys or one soldier.

Still all the soldiers make it across the river in the boat. How?

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First the boys cross the river and 1 boy comes back and gets a soldier and keeps going back until all the soldiers have made it across safely.

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## Fox And Goose Riddle

A man went on a trip with a fox, a goose and a sack of corn. He came upon a stream which he had to cross and found a tiny boat to use to cross the stream. He could only take himself and one other - the fox, the goose, or the corn - at a time. He could not leave the fox alone with the goose or the goose alone with the corn.

How does he get all safely over the stream?

How does he get all safely over the stream?

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Take the goose over first and come back. Then take the fox over and bring the goose back. Now take the corn over and come back alone to get the goose. Take the goose over and the job is done!

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