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  • Solve this hard Deduction Problem?

    Jimmy claims that either Michelle or Toni tells the truth. Toni says that either Michelle or Jimmy tells the truth. Michelle says that neither Toni nor Jimmy tells the truth. Who, if anyone, is truthful?

    1 AnswerMathematics3 days ago
  • Solve this hard Deduction Problem?

    Jimmy claims that either Michelle or Toni tells the truth. Toni says that either Michelle or Jimmy tells the truth. Michelle says that neither Toni nor Jimmy tells the truth. Who, if anyone, is truthful?

    4 AnswersWords & Wordplay3 days ago
  • Letter Math Problem?

    Replace the letters in these arithmetic problems with numbers. A letter is the same number every time it appears in a problem, but the three problems are independent.

    1.) W H I T E

    + R E D

    ---------------------

    C O L O R

    2.) A P P L E

    P E A R

    + G R A P E

    -------------------------

    P E A C H

    3.) N O T E S

    N O V E L

    + N E W S

    ----------------------------

    W R I T E R

    Words & Wordplay2 weeks ago
  • Letter Math Problem?

    Replace the letters in these arithmetic problems with numbers. A letter is the same number every time it appears in a problem, but the three problems are independent.

    1.) W H I T E

    + R E D

    ---------------------

    C O L O R

    2.) A P P L E

    P E A R

    + G R A P E

    -------------------------

    P E A C H

    3.) N O T E S

    N O V E L

    + N E W S

    ----------------------------

    W R I T E R

    Mathematics2 weeks ago
  • Please help with hard math word problem?

    Find a number not greater than 500 which leaves a remainder of 3 when it is divided by 7, which leaves a remainder of 4 when it is divided by 8, and which leaves a remainder of 5 when it is divided by 9.

    Mathematics1 month ago
  • Hard Math Word Problem I need help with?

    Find a number not greater than 500 which leaves a remainder of 3 when it is divided by 7, which leaves a remainder of 4 when it is divided by 8, and which leaves a remainder of 5 when it is divided by 9.

    3 AnswersMathematics1 month ago
  • Can you solve this word problem?

    There are four words listed below. Can you find the word that can either precede or follow each of them?

    ROOM ITEM WHOLE PRICE

    1 AnswerTrivia2 months ago
  • Mind Tickler?

    I am doing a crossword book that has a mind tickler puzzle I am stuck on and need help. It is the following:

    A former chemist opened a science-themed candy shop, and he had some special offers for the first week:

    1.) 10 Neutrons and 10 Electrons: 55 cents (save 5 cents)

    2.) 5 Electrons and 10 Protons: $1 (save 10 cents)

    3.) 25 Neutrons: 40 cents (save 10 cents)

    What would be the full price of 1 Neutron, 1 Electron, and 1 Proton?

    1 AnswerMathematics2 months ago
  • Can you solve this Mind Tickler puzzle?

    A former chemist opened a science-themed candy shop, and he had some special offers for the first week: 

    1.) 10 Neutrons and 10 Electrons: 55 cents (save 5 cents)

    2.) 5 Electrons and 10 Protons: $1 (save 10 cents)

    3.) 25 Neutrons: 40 cents (save 10 cents)

    What would be the full price of 1 Neutron, 1 Electron, and 1 Proton?

    2 AnswersWords & Wordplay2 months ago
  • Guess Who?

    Change one letter in each word to form the name of a famous person.

    Example: CLERK TABLE (Answer: CLARK GABLE)

    1.) FATE CALLER

    2.) DATE MARRY

    3.) JOIN CAPE

    1 AnswerWords & Wordplay4 months ago
  • Math Word Problem Help?

    A grocer sold either one peach or one pear to each customer who came in. He charged 5% more for a peach than he did for a pear. If he grossed $7.99, then how many peaches did he sell, how many pears did he sell, and how much did he charge for each fruit?

    2 AnswersMathematics5 months ago
  •  Math Word Problem?

    A grocer sold either one peach or one pear to each customer who came in. He charged 5% more for a peach than he did for a pear. If he grossed $7.99, then how many peaches did he sell, how many pears did he sell, and how much did he charge for each fruit?

  • Need help solving this math brain teaser?

    1.)   A  +   B  +   C  +  31  =  104

    2.)   B  +  31 =  A  +  C

    3.)   A   +  A  +  31  +  B  =  C  +   C

    4.)   A  +  B  +  C  =  B  +  B  +  31

    Can you figure out what number each symbol represents. You will use the same number for that symbol every time it is listed.

    Mathematics6 months ago
  • Mind Tickler to solve?

    Three regular dice are stacked one upon the other. The dots on each pair of touching sides add up to 5 and the face on the top of the stack shows an odd number of dots. Given that the dots on each pair of opposite faces on each die add up to 7, how many dots are on the face at the bottom of the stack?

    1 AnswerWords & Wordplay7 months ago
  • Mind Tickler to solve?

    Three regular dice are stacked one upon the other. The dots on each pair of touching sides add up to 5 and the face on the top of the stack shows an odd number of dots. Given that the dots on each pair of opposite faces on each die add up to 7, how many dots are on the face at the bottom of the stack?

    2 AnswersMathematics7 months ago
  •  Mind Tickler (Only a genius could get this)?

    In the sequence below, the same letter occurs three times and it is replaced by a question mark. Can you find that letter? S ? H D W ? Y D C ?

    1 AnswerTrivia8 months ago
  • Mind Tickler (Only a genius could get this)?

    In the sequence below, the same letter occurs three times and it is replaced by a question mark. Can you find that letter?

    S ? H D W ? Y D C ?

    2 AnswersWords & Wordplay8 months ago
  • Can you find an anagram?

    Using all ten letters can you determine a word or phrase from the following letters:

    TOALSIHRUF

    2 AnswersWords & Wordplay8 months ago
  • Can you solve this math word problem?

    What is the smallest 5-digit palindromic number which is divisible by 15. 

    5 AnswersMathematics10 months ago