At a garden shop they’re selling Magic Grass, a patch of sod that doubles in size every day. A man goes to buy some and figures that his garden is big enough that if he buys one patch, it will cover his garden in 14 days, because each day it doubles in size. So he decides to speed up the process, and buys two patches of sods.
How many days will it now take for the Magic Grass to cover his garden? Riddle Answer
7 people had the following conversation.
A: The day after tomorrow is Wednesday.
B: No, today is Wednesday.
C: Both of you are wrong, Wednesday is tomorrow.
D: Today is neither Monday, nor Tuesday, nor Wednesday.
E: I am pretty sure that Thursday was yesterday.
F: No, yesterday was Tuesday.
G: All I know, is yesterday wasn’t Saturday.
Only one of them is telling the truth. On which day did the argument took place? Riddle Answer
There are 25 horses and you need to figure out the 3 fastest horses by placing them into races. You can race 5 horses at a time. Each horse always finishes the race in the same amount of time and there are no ties. The only information you get from each race is the order that the 5 horses finished in. You will not get any information regarding the time taken for the horses to complete the race.
What is the smallest number of races you need to find the 3 fastest horses in order? Riddle Answer
Every night I’m told what to do, and each morning I do what I’m told. But I still don’t escape your scold. What am I? Riddle Answer
Twelve balls are identical in all ways except one has a different weight. Three weighings on a balance scale will not only identify the odd ball, but also tell whether it is heavier or lighter. How many balls must be put on each side of the scale in the first weighing, the second weighing, and the third weighing? Riddle Answer