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Riddles 2019

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January

Riddle: Agnes has balls of wool in her cellar. She has 5 colors and 6 balls per color. The lights in cellar are broken and it is completely dark. How many balls of wool Agnes has to take that she has at least 1 ball per color?

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February

Riddle: How is it possible to express the number 100 with four digits of 9?

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March

Riddle: Julia has 7 different bracelets and wears 2 bracelets every day. How many days can she maximally wear different pairs?

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April

Riddle: A coffee machine’s display can show up to 3 digits next to each other. But it can only display the numbers 1 and 2. How many different numbers can the display show?

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May

Riddle: You get a sheet of a newspaper with the pages 4 and 13. How many pages does the newspaper have at all?

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June

Riddle: There are 7 full glasses of wine and 7 half-full glasses of wine on a table. How can you split these glasses into 3 groups, so that each group gets the same amount of wine? You must not change the amount of wine in a glass.

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July

Riddle: Family huber has 2 children and they tell us, they have at least one girl. How likely they have 2 girls?

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August

Riddle: There are 5 flies in a closed glass. When is the glass heavier: If all the flies sit on the floor of the glass or if all the flies fly around?

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September

Riddle: 2 glasses with the same weight and the same amount of water inside are standing on a balance. The balance is in the middle. If I dip into the water of a glass without touching the ground, will the weight of the glass change?

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October

Riddle: Julia is watching her braid through a mirror. She is standing 1m in front of a wall-mirror and is holding a hand-mirror 0,5m behind her head. How far is the bow ribbon in the mirror image of the wall-mirror away from the wall-mirror?

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November

Riddle: There are 16 children in a school class. 15 have brown eyes, 13 are blond, 12 have normal weight and 11 are growth-restricted. How many children comply with all attributes?

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December

Riddle: 3 musicians are playing 3 different instruments. If I distribute blindfolded, what is the probability to give exactly 2 musicians the correct instrument?

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