# 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   ?

# 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?

# Changing Numbers

Change the following number to 36 by moving the position of only two lines.

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# What Is Your Father’s Name?

Jim’s teacher asked him his father’s name. He replied that his father’s name has 5 letters in it. His name starts and ends with 500. Additionally, the name has 5 in the middle. The second letter of the name is the first alphabet. And lastly, the name also contains the first number. What is John’s father’s name?

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# Palindrome Square

Fill in the boxes using only one alphabet to make a palindrome square.

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# Who Broke The Pot?

Three friends Jim, Sam and Tom were playing in the garden and one of them broke a pot. While enquiring about it the three friends answered as follows:

Jim: I haven’t broken the pot.

Sam: I haven’t broken the pot.

Tom: Sam has broken the pot.

If only one of them is speaking the truth, then who broke the pot?