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|there is a desert. a professor has to cross it n it takes
6days for him to cross. there are enough food reserves and
students who can help d professor cross d desert. each
person including professor can carry only 4 food packets
with him while crossing the desert. in d desert also, each
person can hav at the most 4 packets with him and they need
to eat one packet per person per day during their travel.
how wil d professor reach the other side of desert??
|There is a family party consisting of two fathers, two
mothers, two sons, one father-in-law, one mother-in-law, one
daughter-in-law, one grandfather, one grandmother and one
What is the minimum number of persons required so that this
|Suppose five bales of hay are weighed two at a time in all
possible ways. The weights in pounds are 110, 112, 113, 114,
115, 116, 117, 118, 120, and 121.
How much does each bale weigh?
|Sachin, Dravid and Ganguly played in a Cricket match between
India and England.
? None of them scored more than 99 runs.
? If you add the digits of the runs scored by Sachin to his
own score, you will get the runs scored by Dravid.
? If you reverse the digits of the runs scored by Dravid,
you will get the runs scored by Ganguly.
? The total runs scored by them is 240.
Can you figure out their individual scores?
|In a college, the science department has three disciplines.
In total, 280 students study chemistry, 254 students study
physics and 280 students study biology. 97 students study
both chemistry and physics, 138 students study both physics
and biology, 152 students study both chemistry and biology.
73 students study all three disciplines. Can you determine
how many students there are in the science department?
|Karan bought a little box of midget matches, each one inch
in length. He found that he could arrange them all in the
form of a triangle whose area was just as many square inches
as there were matches.
He then used up six of the matches, and found that with the
remainder he could again construct another triangle whose
area was just as many square inches as there were matches.
And using another six matches he could again do precisely
How many matches were there in the box originally?
Note that the match-box can hold maximum of 50 matches.
|Tic-Tac-Toe is being played. One 'X' has been placed in one
of the corners. No 'O' has been
Where does the player that is playing 'O' has to put his
first 'O' so that 'X' doesn't win?
Assume that both players are very intelligent. Explain your
|a circle is drawn...roughly in paper...the interviewer asked
me to find centre point of circle?the radius,circumference is
not known?how to find it?
|Four men - Abraham, Bobby, Clinton and Denial - are standing
in a straight line.
1. One man is fair, handsome and unscarred.
2. Two men who are not fair, are each standing next to Abraham.
3. Bobby is the only man standing next to exactly one
4. Clinton is the only man not standing next to exactly one
Who is fair, handsome and unscarred?
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