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Arrangement of Toothpicks

This arrangement of toothpicks forms fourteen different squares of various sizes. Can you remove six toothpicks and leave only three squares behind? CLICK BELOW TO GET...

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What Will Happen to Each Screw?

Take a close look at the two screws below. Suppose they were both turned in a counter clockwise rotation. What will happen to each screw? CLICK BELOW TO GET ANSWER What...

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A Computer and Its Monitor

A computer and its monitor weigh a total of 48 pounds. If the monitor weighs twice as much as the computer, how much does each piece of hardware weigh? CLICK HERE TO...

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Gumballs in a Fish Bowl

In order to win a free visit to the dentist, students had to guess the exact number of gumballs in a fish bowl.The students guessed 45,41, 55, 50, and 43, but no one...

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Twelfth Night

What major scientific blunder did Shakespeare include in his play Twelfth Night? Clue: The blunder did not involve physics, chemistry, mathematics, or astronomy. The...

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Ancient Greek Playwright Aeschylus

The ancient Greek playwright Aeschylus was killed by a tortoise. How? Clue: Aeschylus did not trip over the tortoise or slip on it. He did not eat it or attempt to eat...

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Two Letters Crossword Puzzle

Why did man write the same two letters over and over again on a piece of paper? Clue: He is not trying to form words or to communicate or send a message. The man is...