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### #1 - Cricket Rebus Riddle

Which cricket terminology does this text means?

GNIWS

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### #2 - What Word Am I Thinking Of

I am thinking of a seven letter word which we read almost daily.

Letter 5 6 and 7 increases every year.

Letter 3 and 4 are the same.

Letter 3 2 and 5 covers about 70 percent of the world.

What word i am thinking of ?

Message

### #4 - Solve This Math Problem

3 kids Prinka Tanu and Vidushi got some chocolates.

Prinka gave Tanu and Vidushi as many chocolates as they already had.

Then Tanu gave Prinka and Vidushi as many chocolates as they already had.

Finally, Vidushi gave Tanu and Prinka as many chocolates as they already had.

Now each of them has 24 chocolates.

How many chocolates they had originally?

Prinka had 39 , tanu had 21 and vidushi had 12 chocolates initially.

Solve the problem in reverse way as below :

Prinka Tanu Vidushi

24 24 24

12 12 48

6 42 24

39 21 12

### #5 - New Year Riddle

Why did Navjot Singh Sidhu put the new January calendar in the freezer

Because he want his new year to start in a cool way

### #6 - Sherlock Holmes Riddle - How Women Die

British Police inspects a room where there are no windows, no doors, no tables and is almost empty expect there is just a puddle of water. They found a dead woman who obviously hung herself from the ceiling, but they are not able to figure out how this had happened.

Sherlock and John Watson entered the crime scene and easily able to solve the case.

How did the women die?

She hung herself using big Ice slabs, which are now melted and hence puddle of water.

### #7 - Maths Operator Riddle

Can you get a sum of 1000 using sixteen 4s and only an addition operator

444 + 444 + 44 + 44 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 = 1000

### #10 - Hourglass Time Puzzle

There are 2 sand hourglasses.

The small one can measure 5 hours and the large one can measure 7 hours.

How can we measure 16 hours with 2 sand hourglasses running together ?

Steps:

* Start both sand hourglasses at the same time.

* You flip over the small sand hourglass when it finishes the first 5 hours.

* Flip over the large one when it finishes its first 7 hours.

* When the small sand hourglass runs to 10 hours, flip over the small and large sand hourglass at the same time. It means the large sand hourglass will run 3 hours again. When the large sand hourglass run to 13 hours (7 + 3 + 3), flip both the small and large sand hourglass over again to run another 3 hours.