There are two boys participating at an international maths contest in December 2013. One is British and the other is American. They both write their names, the date, and their answers on the paper. The only problem is that they both have the same name and the papers cannot be told apart.
What is the date? Riddle Answer
There are three jars filled with candies. One jar is filled with banana candies, one jar is filled with lemon candies and one jar has a mix of both. All the jars are mislabelled (i.e. all the jars have wrong labels about what kind of candies they contain).
All the candies look very similar in shape, size and color and they even smell the same. The only way to distinguish them is by tasting.
You have to eat one and only one candy to determine the correct jar labels. You can eat that one candy from any jar you want as long as you eat only one in total. Riddle Answer
There are four days that start with the letter ‘T’. Two of them are ‘Tuesday’ and ‘Thursday’. Can you name the remaining two? Riddle Answer
Which word in the dictionary is spelled incorrectly? Riddle Answer
You are driving a car from Point A to Point B. The car registration number is UA-19D-2817H. The distance is 284 km and the car moves at a certain speed. It starts at 10am and reaches the destination at 6pm.
What is the birth date of the driver ? Riddle Answer