### #1 - Tiger Here Tiger There Puzzle

Things are just as they seem, right? Well, check again. Can you count the number of tigers in this picture ?

Things are just as they seem, right? Well, check again. Can you count the number of tigers in this picture ?

If we tie a goat to one peg, a circled grass is been eaten by the goat. If we tie the goat to two pegs with a circle on its neck, then an eclipse is eaten out of the grass by the goat. If we want an eclipse then we put two pegs then put a rope in between then and the other end of the rope is tied up on the goats neck.

How should we tie the peg and the goat so that a square is eaten out from the garden grass? We only have one goat rope and the peg and the rings ?

In the corners of the square, tighten two ropes. Tighten another rope between them by putting rings on each rope. That rope should be tightened on the goat neck on the opposite end.

Once upon a time there were three rivals who got together in a dark wood on an open spot for composing a quarrel by using guns. It was a kind of duel but there were three people in it and therefore it is a truel. There were A, B and C. there was some rules to be followed in the game. The rules of the games were:

-They have to draw the lots in order to find who will fire first and who will be second and who will be third.

- The next rule is that, they will start firing on each other unless there is a last person alive.

- Each person will decide on his own about which person he will fire on.

-it is quite clear that A hits and kills in all the shots and it is 100%. Whereas 80% of the shots are hit by B and C hits in 50% of the shots he tries to fire in. the three persons have their own strategy for firing. Nobody is killed by the stray bullet.

Question: who will have the highest chances for surviving in the truel and how much is the chance?

the person C will have the highest chances of survival.

Person A hits = 1

Person A misses = 0

Person B hits = 4/5

Person B misses = 1/5

Person C hits = 1/2

Person C misses = 1/2

Find out a number which is less than 100 and is more than one fifth of its actual value when the digits are reversed.

The number is 45

1/5 of 45 = 9

9+45 is 54.

I am a curved, sometimes I am straight. I come in different shapes and sizes. You can fit me anywhere, but in the end, there is only one right place for me.

What am I ?

A jigsaw Puzzle Piece.

There is a river to cross using a river raft and there are eight people (father, mother, policeman, thief, 2 daughters and 2 sons). No one knows to operate the raft except the adults and also excluding the thief. Only two people can go in the raft at a time. The raft should keep coming back and forth in order to pick and drop the people.

Rules to be followed:

Father: the father cannot stay in the raft or outside the raft without the presence of the mother.

Mother: the mother cannot stay in the raft or outside the rat without the presence of the father.

Thief: the thief is not allowed to stay with any of the family member unless there is a policeman.

Policeman: the policeman can travel with anyone.

2 sons and 2 daughters: they are not allowed to travel in the raft without the presence of any adult. They cannot either travel in the presence of only thief without the policeman. The sons cannot be with their mothers without their fathers supervision. The daughters are not allowed to be there with their fathers without the supervision of their mothers. But the daughters and the sons can be left unsupervised (as long as the other rules are applied).

What is the sequence that the people should follow in order to cross the river through the raft keeping in mind all the rules?

The rules are applicable not only in the raft but also outside the raft.

The following letters are assigned to respective person. Father (F), mother (M), thief (t), policeman (p), sons (s1 & s2), daughters (d1 &d2). And imagine that they are starting from the eastern side of the river |.

During the first trip, t will be taken across the river by P. The rules are still kept. After leaving t, P will return. So now it is t | P, M, d1, d2, s1, s2, F

In the second trip, d1 will be taken by P across the river and leave her back. But t will be brought back. Now it is d1 | P, F, M, d2, s1, s2, t

During the third trip, d2 will be taken across the river by M and will return. Now it is d1, d2 |P, M, F, t, s1, s2

In the fourth trip, F and M will cross the river together and M will stay back and F will return. Now it is M, d1, d2 |P, F, t, s1, s2

During the fifth trip, t will be taken across the river by P and M will return. So now it is P, d1, d2, t |M, F, s1, s2

In the sixth trip, F and M will go across the river and F will be back. Now it is P, M, d1, d2, t |F, s1, s2

During the seventh trip, s1 will be taken across the river by F and P will come back with t. now it is M, F, d1, d2, s1 |P, t, s2

In the eighth trip, s2 will be taken across the river by P, and then he will return. Now it is M, F, d1, d2, s1, s2 |P, t

In the ninth trip which is final t will be taken across by P.

This is by the assumption that the thief is left unsupervised. The rules do not mention that anyway.

Using the mathematical symbols like +, -, and x in order to make the equations correct. Replace @ with the above given symbols.

9 @ 8 @ 7 @ 6 @ 5 @ 4 =91

9 x 8 - 7 + 6 x 5 - 4 = 91

James Bond is caught up in a mysterious scenario where the evil villain has him blindfolded. He somehow breaks through the handcuffs but is unable to get the blindfold off. Upon searching, he comes across a bow and 3 arrows. He can hear the villain speak, and thus tries to take a shot at him. He launches the first arrow, it misses the villain. He then launches the second arrow and it misses by a greater margin.

What is the probability that this third shot our james bond takes will be worse than the second shot?

2/3. How? Well, since he has 3 arrows, each shot has 1/3rd chance of being the best shot. So the chance that the third shot is not the best shot is 1 minus 1/3rd, thus 2/3rd.

In order to complete the racing competition, the London racetrack has to submit its top and the most famous three horses to win the competition. Due to a electrical storm, all the records are cleared and no one knows which horse holds the record. They all look identical and it becomes even more difficult to differentiate the horses. There are 25 horses in the London racetrack. But there can be only five horses at a time on the track. What will the least number of races that can be conducted to find out the three fastest horses?

The numbers of races are 7.

Given below is a figure. You have to fill in the numbers from 1 up to 16 in such a way that you get 29 when you add the numbers in each row.