Logical puzzle

There are three boxes in a table. 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 first box says 'The Gold is not here'. The Second box says 'The Gold is not here'. The Third box says 'The Gold is in the Second box'. Which box has the Gold?

As the message contains one truth, the third says that the gold is in the second box, if it is to be true, then the first box message will also become true. So Gold cannot be in second and third boxes. Gold is in the first box.

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Subject: Logic PuzzlesLogical puzzle

You work at a fruit factory.

There are 3 crates in front of you. One crate contains only apples. One crate contains only oranges. The other crate contains both apples and oranges. And each crate is labeled. One reads "apples", one reads "oranges", and one reads "apples and oranges". But the labeling machine has gone crazy and is now labeling all boxes incorrectly. If you can only take out and look at just one of the pieces of fruit from just one of the crates, how can you label ALL of the crates correctly?

Our solution:

Take a piece of fruit from the "apples and oranges" crate. If it's an apple then you know that is the "apples" crate since ALL THE CRATES ARE LABELED INCORRECTLY. This means the crate marked "apples" must be "oranges" and the crate marked "oranges" must be "apples and oranges".

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Subject: Logic PuzzlesLogical puzzle

Miss Anne has eleven kids in her class. She has a bowl containing eleven apples. Now Miss Anne want to divide the eleven apples to the kids, in such a way that a apple should remain in her bowl. How can Miss Anne do it?

Ten kids will get each one apple. The eleventh kid will get the apple with the bowl.

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Subject: Logic PuzzlesLogical puzzle

Take from a pack of cards all the Aces, Kings, Queens and Jacks.

Arrange them in a 4 × 4 square so that every row, column and diagonal contains one card of each value (A,J,Q,K) and one card of each suit (Heart, Spade, Diamond, Club).

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Subject: Logic PuzzlesLogical puzzle

Four people are traveling to different places on different types of transport.

Their names are: Rachel, John, Mr. Jones and Cindy.

They either went on train, car, plane or ship.

* Mr. Jones hates flying

* Cindy has to rent her vehicle

* John gets seasick

Our Solution:

There are 3 possibilities

Cindy: car

Mr. Jones: train

John: plane

Rachel: ship

Cindy: car

Mr. Jones: ship

John: plane

Rachel: train

Cindy: car

Mr. Jones: ship

John: train

Rachel: plane

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Subject: Logic Puzzles