# Milk Puzzle

Mary was cooking a dish and as per her recipe she needed one cup of milk. However, she only had a three cup measuring container and a five cup measuring container. How will she measure just one cup?

(Approximations are not allowed)

# Crayon Puzzle

Four friends Tom, Jim, Susan and Dora have 8 crayons in total which are two in each color – red, green, blue and yellow. While playing they have mixed up their crayons. All we know is each of the friends owned 2 crayons but none of them had crayons of same color.

One of the friends had a yellow and a blue crayon and another had a green and a blue crayon. Tom didn’t have a yellow crayon. Susan had a green crayon but not a red one. Jim had a yellow crayon. Dora had a blue but not a green one.

Which crayons belong to which friends?

# Juicy Puzzle

There are 21 juice bottles out of which 7 bottles are full, 7 are half-full and the remaining 7 are empty to be divided amongst 3 friends equally. You don’t have any measuring device. How will you divide them (both bottles and juice) equally?

# What is Jennie’s Age?

Gracie went for a morning walk and met her old friend Suzie and her daughter Jennie after a long time. Gracie asked Suzie how old is Jennie to which Jennie replied “In two years I will be twice as old as I was three years ago”. How old is Jennie?

# Decipher

Rebus puzzles are basically little pictures, often made with letters and words, which cryptically represent a word, phrase, or saying.

What does the following represent:

# What Comes Next?

5   25   29   85   89   ?

# What Is The Price Of The Perfume?

Jim purchased a bottle of an imported perfume at \$250. The bottle looks very beautiful with silver linings on it and a lovely silver cap on top of it. It can be said that most people purchases the perfume not only because of the fragrance but also because of the look and beauty of the bottle. The price of the bottle alone is \$240 more than the perfume. Find out the price of the content of the bottle only?

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# Caging The Birds

The following picture shows a cage with 6 separate rooms made up of 13 sticks for 6 birds to stay.

Make a new cage with 6 separate rooms for the birds using 12 sticks.

# Find the Number of Students

In a class there are 60 students who belong to Nightingale, Peacock and Parrot house. There are four times as many students in Parrot house as Nightingale house; and six more in Peacock house than Nightingale house. How many students are in each house?