Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
What name was given to an uprising of rural workers in the south and east of England in 1830 who wanted.................
If someone has been granted furlough, what have they been given?
In 2006, Michelle Bachelet became the first female president of which country?
The NBA team, the Supersonics, was based in which US city?
Until 1997, the Group of Eight (G8), a forum for powerful governments, was the G7. Which country was....................
Which English town is known for its collection of concrete cows?
Alice B. Woodward (1862-1951) who was born in Chelsea, London, produced work as what from 1896 to 1930?
What was the winning team in the Formula One Championship 2011?
What Australian weekly magazine founded by two Sydney journalists, J.F. Archibald and John Haynes?
As 1 Dollar - 100 pennies = 10 Dimes = 4 Quarters.
So the Box having quarters has the highest Value.
If, box has 100 coins in each and so,
1st Box = 100 quarters = 25 Dollars,
2nd Box = 100 Dimes = 10 Dollars &
3rd Box = 100 pennies = 1 Dollar.
There are 3 boxes.
One of the Box contains gold
and the other two are empty.
A Printed message contains in each Box.
One of the message is true
and the other two are lies.
The 1st box says "Gold is not here"
The 2nd box says "Gold is not here"
The 3rd box says "Gold is in the second box".
Which box has the Gold?
There are 3 boxes, exactly one of which has a car. You can keep the car if you pick the correct box!
On each box there is a statement, exactly one of which is true.
Box 1: The car is in this box.
Box 2: The car is not in this box.
Box 3: The car is not in box 1.
Which box has the car?
What is the value of one-half of two-thirds of three-quarters of four-fifths of five-sixths of six-sevenths of seven-eighths of eight-ninths of nine-tenths of 30?
I want to buy a $1.00 newspaper. I have just enough pennies $0.01, nickels $0.05, dimes $0.10, and quarters $0.25 to buy the newspaper in every possible exact-change combination of those coins.
How many coins do I have?
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