Question: A son's age is the age of his dad's age's digits added together. The son is not nine or older. The dad is of legal age. The dad's age doesn’t end in a zero, and is more than twenty, but less than twenty-five. How old is the dad, and how old is the son?
Answer: The son is three, four, five, or six. If he is three the dad is twenty-one, if he is four the dad is twenty-two, etc.
Question: You have a glass of water that looks about half full. How can you tell, only using the glass of water itself, if the glass is half full or not?
The glass is a right cylinder.
Answer: Tip the glass of water until the water reaches the rim of the glass and if the water lines up perfectly with the bottom rim of the glass, it is half full.