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one bottle out of 32 wine bottles is posioned with such poison that even

one drop

of it can kill a person.but any quantity of this poison kills exactly in

32 days.how will you find out the

bottle with poisoned wine using min number of taste testers in 32 days.

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in a multiple choice ques having 4 options, one is awarded 1 mark for

correct and -x for wrong ans.

if one answers randomply and get 0 marks find value of x.

(ans is considered correct only when one ticks all the correct options)

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a man spends 3 equal sums of money in purchasing doves,parrots and

peacocks.A parrot cost 1 rs more that

a dove.Had the man invested all his money in parrots,he would have been

able to

buy 2 parrots more that the number of peacocks he had purschased

earlier.also the man purchased 5 more

doves than parrots. the total sum of money he spent on purchasing the

birds is equal to 9 times

the total number of parrots he purchased. find the number of doves,

parrots and peacocks

he purchased and total minimum amount of money he spent.

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there is a chain of trianges whose vertices are metal beads. if the

sides of triangles

are formed by joining a single thread to the metal beads what will be

the length of the thread reqd. to form the chain

of 6 triangles of unit sides using 13 beads.

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I am in a 100-story building. I have with me two glass balls. I know

that if I throw the ball out of the window it will

never break if the floor number is less than F and it will always

break if the floor number is equal or greater than F.

Assuming that I can reuse the glass ball which didn't break, what is

the minimum number of throws required to find F and

the strategy to find F?

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One day two mathematicians, Igor and Pavel, meet in the street.

"I have three sons," says Pavel. "The product of their ages is equal to

36." Looking around and then

pointing to a nearby house, Pavel says, "The sum of their ages is

equal to the number of windows in the building over

there."

Igor thinks for a minute and then responds, "Listen, Pavel, I cannot

find the ages of your sons."

"Oh, I am very sorry", says Pavel; "I forgot to tell you that my

oldest son has red hair."

Now Igor is able to find the ages of the brothers. Can you do it?

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The Beatles have to be at a concert across the river in 17 minutes. The

problem is that the

bridge across the river is very weak and is strong enough to hold only

two people at a time

(only two people can cross at a time). They have only one flashlight

and anybody crossing

the river must have the flashlight at all times. John can cross the

bridge in 1 minute, Paul

needs 2 minutes, George needs 5 minutes and Ringo needs 10. can they

make it to the concert in time? If so, how?

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Mr Smith and Mr Jones are two maths teachers, who meet up one day. Mr

Smith lives in a house with a number

between 13 and 1300. He informs Mr Jones of this fact, and challenges

Mr Jones to work out the number by asking closed questions.

Mr Jones asks if the number is bigger than 500. Mr Smith answers, but

he lies.

Mr Jones asks if the number is a perfect square. Mr Smith answers, but

he lies.

Mr Jones asks if the number is a perfect cube. Mr Smith answers and

(feeling a little guilty) tells the

truth for once.

Mr Jones says he knows that the number is one of two possibilities, and

if Mr Smith just tells him

whether the second digit is 1, then he'll know the answer.

Mr Smith tells him and Mr Jones says what he thinks the number is. He

is, of course, wrong.

What is the number of Mr Smith's house

Best Regards

Varun