People in room number 13 puzzle

Puzzle:  The person in box 13 is in his office chamber. He wants to visit every other person before leaving the office. The only condition is that he doesn’t visit or enter other chambers twice. Crack it. 🙂

Answer: The correct answer is 13 → 14 → 13 → 9 → 10 → 11 → 15 → 16 → 12 → 8 → 7 → 6 → 5 → 1 → 2 → 3 → 4.

A hospital has 16 rooms puzzle

Puzzle: A hospital has 16 rooms and each room has a different disease, the patient in room 13 can go through each room but if he goes through a room twice he gets their illness, how can he get out without going through the same room twice?

Answer:  The correct answer is 13 → 14 → 13 → 9 → 10 → 11 → 15 → 16 → 12 → 8 → 7 → 6 → 5 → 1 → 2 → 3 → 4.

Room 13 is not allowed to enter other rooms more than once in the hospital. This means that the patient in room 13.

A house without the head of head riddle

Riddle:  A house without the head of head, knitted deep within the trees, a head that lies without its eyes, stitched silently to tease. What am I?

Answer:  The correct answer is a louse.

The “head of head” – in terms of letters – is “H”, so House without an “H” is “ouse”. Lies without eyes is a phonetic clue to the letter L. Knit is a homophone for nit, which is a louse egg.

 

A Woman Shoots Husband Riddle Answer

Riddle:  A woman shoots her husband, then holds him underwater for five minutes. Next, she hangs him. Right after, they enjoy a lovely dinner. How is that possible?

Answer:  The correct answer is different than you think 🙂 Because the woman actually didn’t shoot her husband. She just shots her husband photo with a camera. then she placed his photo in water for five minutes to shape the photo. Finally, she hung his photo.

My Daughter Was Playing With A Book Riddle

Riddle:  My daughter was playing with a book and tore out pages 7, 8, 100, 101, 222, and 223. How many sheets and pages did he tear out?

Answer:  The correct answer will be 5 sheets of paper and 10 pages were torn.

A sheet in a book has two pages; an odd page number in front and even page number behind. So;

Pages 7 -8 are on the same sheet so both pages will be torn off. (2 pages)

The next page torn was page 100 whose adjoining page on the same sheet is 99. This means if page 100 was torn, then definitely 99 was also torn. (2 pages)

If page 101 was torn then page 102 was also definitely torn since they are on the same sheet. (2 pages)

The next page cut was page 222 which will be on the same sheet as page 221. So if page 222 was torn then 221 was also torn. (2 pages)

Lastly, page 223 was torn and that meant page 224 was also torn since they’re on the same sheet. (2 pages)

All in all, 5 sheets were torn and this meant that 10 pages were torn.

7 – 8 ⇒ 1 sheet, 2 pages
99 – 100 ⇒ 1 sheet, 2 pages
101 – 102 ⇒ 1 sheet, 2 pages
221 – 222 ⇒ 1 sheet, 2 pages
223 – 224 ⇒ 1 sheet, 2 pages

 

A Son In Law Called His Father In Law Riddle

Riddle:  A son-in-law called his father-in-law and said that during the 1st to 31st of the month, I will come to your house on any date, but the date on which I will come, you will have to give me exact grams of gold coins equal to that date.

The father-in-law asked a jeweller to make gold coins from 1 to 31 grams on the very next day, but the jeweller was also so mathematically smart that he made only 5 gold coins of different grams and gave it to the father-in-law. The jeweller told the father-in-law that if his son-in-law comes, he can him these 5 gold coins. What are those 5 gold coins that the jeweller gave the father-in-law?

Answer:  Did you find the answer?

These 5 gold coins are equal to 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 grams. But if you think about how is possible let’s give examples;

If the son comes at 5th then the father-in-law could give him 4 + 1 = 5 grams gold

If the son comes at 30th then the father-in-law could give him 1 + 2 + 4 + 8 + 16 = 31 grams gold.

All the 5 gold coins can be given between the dates 1 to 31. This jeweller is too smart than you think. 😀