Question: A deaf and mute man goes to the train station. Tickets for the train are 50 cents each. The man goes to the ticket booth and hands the man inside just a dollar. The man in the booth hands him two tickets.
How did the man in the booth know to give him two tickets without even looking at him?
Answer: The deaf and mute man gave him four quarters, so the man in the booth knew he wanted several tickets. Otherwise, he would have given him two quarters. This would work with any change equaling 50 cents.
Question: 8,549,176,320 What makes this number unique?
Answer: The said number has all the numbers from 0-9 exactly once and what is special is they are in lexicographical order of their English words. Where 8,549,176,320 becomes eight-five-four-nine-one-seven-six-three-two-zero. ... The number contains all the digits from 0 to 9.
Question: Hard, Harder, and Hardest are brothers. By age from youngest to oldest, it goes Hard, Harder, Hardest. Hard is half the age of Hardest who is 20 which means hard is 10. Harder has a two-year difference between the number of years older he is than Hard and the number of years younger he is than Hardest. Harder is closer to the age of Hard than Hardest. How old is Harder?