Y.T.A.M.R.H.E

arrange the words in romantic word.

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Y.T.A.M.R.H.E

arrange the words in romantic word.

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One father

One Grand Son

Sum of their ages is 140 years

Grand son’s age in month

is equal to grand fathers age in years

Grand son’s age in days

is equal to Father’s age in weeks

Now, Find out the age of all three.

Check your answer:-

**Grand son’s age in years**

**Father’s age in years**

**Grand father’s age in years**

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Lets say G, F and S are ages of grand father, father and son in years

than

G+F+S = 140

S*12 = G

S*365 = (F*365)/7 => F = 7S

Than 12S + 7S + s = 140 => 20S = 140 => S = 7 Years

F = 49 Years

G = 84 Years

than

G+F+S = 140

S*12 = G

S*365 = (F*365)/7 => F = 7S

Than 12S + 7S + s = 140 => 20S = 140 => S = 7 Years

F = 49 Years

G = 84 Years

**I am the first on earth, the second in heaven,**

** I appear two times in a week, you can only see me once in a year,**

** because I am in the middle of the sea.**

** What am I?**

**Singles table tennis tournament is held at Infosys, a total of 32 players participated in the tournament. If a player is eliminated ****as soon as the player loses a match. How many matches are required to declare the winner?**

Number Puzzle #93

If 8 tyres were used on a bus (with 6 tyres) which traveled 16000 km.

**How many km did each tyre sustain?**

**Note:** all the tyres were used equally in sustaining this distance.

Check your answer:-

Sum of the distance traveled by all tyres = 6*16000 = 96000

Distance traveled by each tyre = 96000/8 = 12000.

Distance traveled by each tyre = 96000/8 = 12000.

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**Number Puzzle #90**

A man had Rs.900 and brought some toys with all the money. Out of which 5 toys were defected. He sold all the remaining toys by increasing the price by Rs.2 and made a profit of Rs.80.

What is the no.of initial toys and the initial cost of toys?

Check your answer, **Number of Toys**:-

Check your answer,** Initial Cost**:-

Let assume he had x toys and bought it for Rs.y per piece.

Now, we can form these two equations from these

x*y = 900;//Total cost

(y+2)(x-5) = 900+80;//as he mad profit of Rs.80 by selling x-5 toys in Rs.(y+2).

Now, we can form these two equations from these

x*y = 900;//Total cost

(y+2)(x-5) = 900+80;//as he mad profit of Rs.80 by selling x-5 toys in Rs.(y+2).

xy + 2x -5y -10= 900+80;

2x-5y = 90;

2x-5*900/x = 90

2x^2 -4500 = 90x;

x^2 -45x – 2250 = 0;

(x-75)(x+30) = 0;

x = 75 and x =–30, as number of toys cant be negative, initial **number of toys were 75**.

**Initial Cost = 900/75 = Rs.12.**

Google Code Jam 2014 has begun, You need to get 25 points to get to the next round, there are 4 problems out of which two problems needs to be solved for sure to get into next round.

This is the first problem and the most simpler one and gives you only 6 points 🙁

Recently you went to a magic show. You were very impressed by one of the tricks, so you decided to try to figure out the secret behind it!

The magician starts by arranging 16 cards in a square grid: 4 rows of cards, with 4 cards in each row. Each card has a different number from 1 to 16 written on the side that is showing. Next, the magician asks a volunteer to choose a card, and to tell him which row that card is in.

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Can you guess the word written in the picture?

**Number Puzzle #73**

Challenge your mind

You entered a bus -in that you saw 7 girls -each girl has 7 bags -in each bag there are 7 big cats. -Each big cat has 7 little cats -each cat has 4 legs.

**Calculate the legs in the bus?**

**Number Puzzle #66**

The product of 5 different temperatures is 12. If all of them are integers then find all the temperatures.

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product of 5 different integers is 12.

Lets consider first product of first 3 smallest integers

1*2*3 = 6

Now if we take the next smallest intege i.e. 4 then the product will become 24 thus we need to go back and consider negative numbers

thus (-2)*(-1)*1*2*3 = 12.

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