Two boys, Tom and Harry, are running a 100 meter race. The first time they race Tom beats Harry by 5 meters. To make things fair, the next time they race Tom stands 5 meters behind the starting line.
Who wins the second race (assuming they run at the same speed as the first race)? 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
A Japanese ship was en route in the open sea. The Japanese captain went for a shower removing his diamond ring and Rolex watch on the table. When he returned, his valuables were missing. The captain immediately called the five suspected crew members and asked each one where and what he was doing for the last 15 minutes.
The Filipino cook in a heavy overcoat said, “I was in fridge room getting meat for cooking.”
The Indian Engineer with a torch in hand said, “I was working on generator engine.”
The Sri Lankan seaman said, “I was on the mast (top of the ship) correcting the flag which was upside down by mistake.”
The British radio officer said, “I was messaging to company that we are reaching the next port in 72 hours. From now that is Wednesday morning at 10 AM.
The British navigation officer said, “I am on night watch, so sleeping in my cabin.”
The captain caught the thief who apparently lied. So who is the thief? Riddle Answer
One rabbit saw 6 elephants while going towards the river. Each elephant saw 2 monkeys going towards the river. Each monkey has one parrot in their hands. How many animals are going towards the river? Riddle Answer
A game set has gone missing from the classroom. Mr Robert called up 4 pupils and interviewed them. Only one of them is telling the truth.
These are the statements:
Alice: I did not take the game set.
David: I think Bob took the game set.
Bob: Alice is lying.
Carol: Bob is lying.
Who took the game set? Riddle Answer