There are hundred statements.
Statement 1: At least one of these statements is false.
Statement 2: At least two of these statements are false.
Statement 3: At least three of these statements are false.
Statement 4: At least four of these statements are false.
Statement 100: At least a hundred of these statements are false.
What is the maximum number of statements that can be true? Riddle Answer
A boy and a girl each have a bag of containing the same number of jelly beans. How many jelly beans must the boy give the girl so that the girl will have ten more jelly beans than the boy? Riddle Answer
Five children were playing kickball. One of the five broke a window. When questioned about the incident, each child made three statements of which two were true and one was false. The statements are given below.
1. I didn’t do it.
2. Sally will tell who did it.
3. One of us is in big trouble.
1. Joyce did it.
2. I didn’t do it.
3. I don’t even like to play kickball.
1. I didn’t do it.
2. Joyce and I are good friends.
3. Sally doesn’t know who did it.
1. Matt lied when he said I broke the window.
2. I never saw Vince before today.
3. I never broke a window in my life.
1. I saw Joyce break it.
2. I didn’t break the window.
3. I want to go home.
Who broke the window? Riddle Answer
Susan and Lisa decided to play tennis against each other. They bet $1 on each game they played. Susan won three bets and Lisa won $5. How many games did they play? Riddle Answer
The Johnsons have just reported a robbery. “All the wife’s jewels are missing. You’ll want to check inside for fingerprints,” Mr. Johnson said to the policeman, pointing to the broken window glasses on the outside of the house. The burglar presumably entered the house by breaking through the window.
The policeman noticed that the inside of the house had a number of very tiny pieces of window glass particles scattered around near the broken window area and replied, “That won’t be necessary. There’s been no burglary.” What made the policeman so sure? Riddle Answer