1. You dig a hole that is 1*1*1 sq inches deep how much dirt is in the hole? You dig a hole that is 1*1*1 sq inches deep how much dirt is in the hole?
2. Truck crossing the bridge A large truck is crossing a bridge 1 mile long. The bridge can only hold 14000 lbs, which is the exact weight of the truck. The truck makes it half way across the bridge and stops. A bird lands on the truck. Does the bridge collapse?
3. How is this situation possible? A horse travels a certain distance each day. Strangely enough, two of its legs travel 30 miles each day and the other two legs travel nearly 31 miles. It would seem that two of the horse's legs must be one mile ahead of the other two legs, but of course this can't be true. Since the horse is normal, how is this situation possible?
4. How is this possible? There are four girls, and four apples in a basket. Every girl takes an apple, Yet one apple remains in the basket. How is this possible?
5. Which triangle has a bigger area Which triangle has a bigger area: 1. A triangle with sides measuring 300, 400, and 500. 2. A triangle with sides measuring 300, 400, and 700.
6. What is the value? What is the value of 1/2 of 2/3 of 3/4 of 4/5 of 5/6 of 6/7 of 7/8 of 8/9 of 9/10 of 1,000?
7. Question and Answer James ordered a fishing rod, priced at $3.56. Unfortunately, James is an Eskimo who lives in a very remote part of Greenland and the import rules there forbid any package longer than 4 feet to be imported. The fishing rod was 4 feet and 1 inch, just a little too long, so how can the fishing rod be mailed to James without breaking the rules? Ideally James would like the fishing rod to arrive in one piece!
8. 12 pears hanging high 12 pears hanging high, 12 knights riding by, if Each Knight takes a pear, how many pears were left hanging there?
9. Numbers What is significant about the order of these numbers : 2 3 6 7 1 9 4 5 8
10. The Babysitter A babysitter came over one day to babysit 10 children. She decided to give them a snack. In a jar there were 10 cookies. She wants to give each one a cookie, but still keep one in the jar. How will she do it? (WITHOUT BREAKING ANY COOKIES-EACH CHILD HAS TO GET A WHOLE!)
11. The person who used it never saw it. What is it? The person who built it sold it. The person who bought it never used it. The person who used it never saw it. What is it?
12. How many bricks? How many 1 foot by 1 foot bricks would it take to complete a building that's 20 feet long on all four sides and 20 feet high?
13. What is significant? What is significant about 3661 seconds past midnight on 1st January 2001?
14. Correct answer? When can you add two to eleven and get one as the correct answer?