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Tease Your Brain

written by: bobby
 
Let's see if your logical thinking is as good as that of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes.

Question 1:


A shepherd from a village tended the sheep of those of his fellow villagers who did not tend their own. However, he did not tend the sheep of those villagers who tended their own sheep. In that village, there was only one shepherd and he also had several sheep. Can all this be true?
Yes
No

Question 2:


There was a strange tribe that had these rules towards foreigners - if the first words out of the foreigner's mouth were true, they drowned him. If they were not true, they hanged him. Once a man came to the tribe and said something. Eventually, he was not killed. His words were "You ___________________."  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 3:


A famous story begins like that, 'It was a clear summer day and my family was preparing dinner for the New Year's Eve.' Can this story be true?
No
Yes

Question 4:


In a basket there are five apples. We give the five apples to five kids so that each kid receives an apple. However, in the basket there is still one apple. Is this possible?
No
Yes

Question 5:


'Two days ago my son was three years old and next year he will be 6'. This could be a correct statement.
False
True

Question 6:


The single difference between the two cities 'A' and 'B' was that the citizens of A always said the truth, while the citizens of B never did. Once, a man who had never been to either city arrived at one of them. Which question should the man have asked in order to identify the city he was in? Have in mind, that people from A often visited their friends in B and vice versa.
Are you married?
How old are you?
Are you a citizen of this city?
Is this city 'A' ?

Question 7:


You have two right triangles. The sides of the first one are 3 m, 4 m and 5 m. The sides of the second are 3 m, 4 m and 7 m. The area of the second triangle is bigger.
True
False

Question 8:


Which word, if pronounced right, is wrong, but if pronounced wrong is right?


Question 9:


What number comes next in the row - 31, 28, 31, 30, ?
29
30
32
31

Question 10:


A father had three daughters, each of whom had three brothers. The total number of kids in the family was 9.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
True
False

 


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