Can You Solve The Day Of The Week Riddle?
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Okay, pay attention. This logic puzzle might rattle your brain. Here is the day of the week riddle, as presented by Presh Talwalkar of the MindYourDecisions YouTube channel: When the day after tomorrow is yesterday, then today will be as far from Wednesday as today was from Wednesday when the day before yesterday was tomorrow. What day is today? Check out the video below to learn how to solve this brain teaser, or scroll down to read the answer. Good luck!
People Are Cards In The Juice And Alcohol Logic Puzzle
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The card-flipping alcohol and juice logic puzzle is deceptively easy. It's easier to solve once you apply it to a real-life scenario. Here are the rules to the Psych2Go brain teaser: There are four cards laid out in front of you. One shows 41, one shows 16, one shows juice, and the last one shows vodka. Each card represents a person at a party. For each card, one side has their age and the other side shows what they are drinking. No one under 18 should be drinking alcohol—but one person breaks this rule. Which card or cards are necessary to turn over to find the person that breaks the rule? Watch the video below for the answer, or scroll down to read the answer. Good luck!
Can You Solve The Newborn Baby Probability Puzzle?
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Time to dust off those probability math skills you sharpened in high school: this is a hard one. It's the probability puzzle presented by Presh Talwalkar of the MindYourDecisions YouTube channel that he says has been asked as an interview question. Here's the problem: On the morning of January 1, a hospital nursery has 3 boys and some amount of baby girls. That night, a child is born and is placed in the same nursery along with the other babies. On January 2, a child is selected at random from the nursery. The child is a boy. What is the probability the child born on January 1 was a boy? Get the answer by watching the video below, or by scrolling down to read the answer. Good luck!
Can You Solve This Order Of Operations Problem With 7s?
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The beautiful thing about math is that it's cut and dry, black and white, right and wrong—well, most of the time. With problems that require in-depth knowledge of the order of operations, a seemingly simple algebra problem can become insanely frustrating. Here's an example of such a problem that was presented on YouTube by Presh Talwalkar, the host of the MindYourDecisions math channel. It goes as follows: 7 + 7 ÷ 7 + 7 × 7 - 7 = ? Watch the video below for the solution, or read the answer by scrolling down.
Can You Solve The Car In A Box Puzzle?
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You may have seen the car in a box puzzle go viral on social media. Created by user Puzzlefizzy on Brilliant.org, the puzzle's rules are pretty simple: you have three boxes, one of which contains a car. Each box is labeled with a statement, but only one of the statements is true. Box 1: The car is in this box.Box 2: The car is not in this box.Box 3: The car is not in Box 1.Which box has the car? Scroll down for the answer, and understand how to get to that answer in the video below.