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A garden centre sells patches of super grass that double in size every day. Geraldine the Gardener calculates that it will take 10 days for the super grass to cover her lawn, but she needs it done faster, so she …

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There are three safes with three different quantities of cash inside them, but you have no idea how much any of them are. When you open a safe you either take what is there or pass. If you take it …

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Twin brothers are going to their grandmother’s house. Albert runs for half of the distance & walks the rest of the way. Billy runs for half of the time & walks the rest of the way. If their running & …

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A bag contains one red ball & nine black balls. Ten people draw one ball at a time, and the one who pulls the red ball gets $1 million. Where are you best off going? (Once removed, balls are not …

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There is a house where people use the toilet 4 times daily, three times for number ones, and once for number twos. The house rule is you’re meant to leave the toilet seat in the state the next user is …

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What is an anagram of twelve plus one & is mathematically the same as twelve plus one? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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If you flip two coins, what is the chance of getting two heads? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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In 1986 a group of 4,000 physicists met stayed at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas for a conference. The hotel asked them not to come back. Why? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct …

Interesting Question of the Day – 29 November 2019 Read More »

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Peter the Piemaker is having people over and knows there will either be 7 or 8 people in attendance. What is the fewest number of slices he needs to make sure everyone gets an equal amount of pie, regardless of …

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A newspaper is printed on several sheets of paper and then folded down the middle.  Each sheet of paper therefore contains four pages. Your newspaper has 28 as the back page, but you notice that a sheet is missing.  One …

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