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  1. How To Fit 10 Horses In 9 Stables Puzzle There are ten horses in a field. They each have a stable. There was a storm one day and struck one of the stables, the stable burned. There are now nine stables. Every horse has to go in a stable at night. You cannot build another stable and you cannot fit 2 horses in one stable. Answer Did you figure it out on my own? Tell us in the section below!
  2. Fill In The Blanks Puzzle How fast can you guess these words? F_ _K PU_S_ S_X P_N_S BOO_S _ _NDOM Answers: How many did you figure out one on my own? Tell us in the section below!
  3. Can You Pass The World's Shortest IQ Test? It's Just Three Questions Long, But Few Can Get Them All Right The Cognitive Reflection Test (CRT) has been hailed as the world's shortest IQ test. Apparently, it only takes three questions to separate the Einstein’s from the Homer Simpsons of this world. The quiz, developed in Princeton in 2005 by psychologist Shane Frederick, is designed to test your ability to ignore your gut response and think slower and more rationally. Or in psychology-speak, how good are you at ignoring system 1 (intuition) thinking in favour of system 2 (analytic) thinking? To succeed in the CRT, you must spend time reflecting on your answer and question your intuitive response. Of course, to prove your genius you must get all three questions correct but speed also matters. Speedier answers are another sign of a higher IQ. Remember, the questions might not be quite as simple as they first seem. Even students at some of the world's top universities (including Yale and Harvard) failed to get all three answers correct in a 2003 study. In fact, only 17 percent achieved a perfect score. So, how smart are you really? The Quiz 1. A bat and a ball cost $1.10 in total. The bat costs $1 more than the ball. How much does the ball cost? 2. If it takes 5 machines 5 minutes to make 5 widgets, how long would it take 100 machines to make 100 widgets? 3. In a lake, there is a patch of lily pads. Every day, the patch doubles in size. If it takes 48 days for the patch to cover the entire lake, how long would it take for the patch to cover half of the lake? Answers: Did you solve the puzzle? Was it easy? Tell us in the section below!
  4. Jogging In The Park Puzzle Starting from the red dot a jogger ran through all the avenues of the park once without passing twice on the same track. Hint: Solution: The solution seems trivial, however only 20% of people may find the correct answer. Did you solve the puzzle? Was it easy? Tell us in the section below!
  5. Sherlock Holmes - Puzzle Sherlock Detective reviewed the information they had on the case so far. A lady named 'himanshi' was found shot and they already had a list of suspects - Ankit, Tarun, Harish, Manoj and Manish. Killer is a fan of Sherlock and challenge him by leaving notes ad various places. * The first was found in a toilet room. * The second was found in an art room. * The third was in a restroom. * the fourth in an underwater room. * The fifth at the no smoking room. All of the notes read the same thing, 'The clues are where you find the notes.' Yet, nothing was found at any of the place the notes were found. Sherlock the genius, immediately solved the case. Who was the killer?