Question: You create your own Where's Waldo game on a piece of paper. You want your friend to find Waldo but they think you might be pulling a prank on them by not putting Waldo on the paper at all.
How can you prove to your friend that Waldo is on the paper without ruining it for them?
Answer: Cut a small hole in a piece of paper that is just large enough to see Waldo. This way you don't reveal anything about where he is, just that he is there.
Question: A book has 500 pages:
Answer: Yes, the 499th page is true. It says "Exactly 499 pages in this book are false." With this page true, the other 499 pages are false, fulfilling the statement.
Question: There are two boys at an international math contest in December 2013; one is British and one is American. They both write their names, the date, and their answers on the paper. The only problem is that they both have the same name and the papers cannot be told apart.
What is the date?
Answer: December 12th, 2013.In America dates are written Month/Day/Year and in Britain Day/Month/Year, so the day and month must be the same so they can be changed around with the date remaining the same.
Question: A robber tried to steal the crown jewels. He got caught by the King's guards and was taken to the king. The King was feeling generous that day and asked the robber how he wanted to die. A few minutes later the king let the robber go punished yet alive.
How did the robber want to die?
Answer: The robber wanted to die of natural causes.
Question: On a late Sunday evening, April was found dead in her apartment. The police questioned the three suspects. Melanie: "I was at the mall shopping." Delancey: "I was working at the post office." John: "When I came back by 2 PM, I found her dead. Who killed April and explain the reason.
Answer: Two people. John, because 2 PM isn't the evening and Delancey because post offices don't work on Sundays.
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