An excruciating mix of logic and math. Prove that you're a total genius...or explode your brain trying! (Note: all questions can be answered in numerical form, nothing else is required)

Question 1:

A crate weighs three quarters of a crate plus three quarters of a pound. How many pounds does it weigh altogether?

Question 2:

Bill and Ben's combined age is 91. Bill is now twice as old as Ben was when Bill was as old as Ben is now. How old is Ben now?

Question 3:

What number is 42 less than 7 times itself?

Question 4:

Jack is one and a third times as old as Jill. Their combined ages total 63. How old is Jack?

Question 5:

If a man spends one fifth of what he has in billfold, then one fifth of what remains, and has spent a total of $72, how many dollars were originally in his wallet?

Question 6:

A book costs $1 plus half its price. How many dollars does it cost altogether (number)?
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Question 7:

When I was 14 my mother was 41, and she is now twice as old as I am. How old am I?

Question 8:

When Archie is twice as old as he is now, he will be four times as old as he was six years ago. How old is he now?

Question 9:

My house is the fourth house away from one end of the street and the ninth house away from the other end of the street. How many houses are in the street?

Question 10:

What number gives the same amount when it is added to 3 as when it is multiplied by three?