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$1$ of $100$ Homes

On Crossfield Housing Estate, there are exactly $100$ homes numbered from $1$ to $100$. Rook is living in one of them. Kaito hasn't met with him for a long time and wants to pay a visit. Here is some ...
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1answer
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What is the next item in the following sequence?

11111111, 333333, 5555, 77, ? Find the most complete and simplest solution that fits.
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The Poetry Book - Clue Thirty-Two

<<--- first clue <--- previous clue (?) "[redacted]," you say aloud. Nothing seems to happen. You look around the room again. Suddenly, you notice something that wasn't there before. ...
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3answers
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Find this Cricket terminology

Congrats Niranj Patel for finding the answer of Steve's crossword Find this Cricket Terminology. A part of me is famous for a drink, I'll make the batsman out in a blink ! ...
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1answer
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This riddle is not to see but to solve

Sitting on a fish, in the north. Sitting on you, further north. Getting angry, in the west. Solemn faced, in the east. At the bottom, in the middle. Using rope, in the southeast. What ...
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2answers
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And literally admirable

These are my very first try on making cryptics after a very bad-formulated and inaccurately clued cryptic crossword, but are my very own attempts to pay tribute to those who have contributed sooo much....
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3answers
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Where Mongol herds graze

One of us – largest outside polar regions; another one's island's shared with Indonesians; a third one is found at the edge of the first, a break from the dryness to quench people's thirst....
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1answer
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Rubiks Cube 4x4x4 Top Layer Issue - One Edge Pair Flipped

I have trouble with that edge. Please give algorithm or images for solutions for turning it up so that I can form a cross.
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3answers
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From the given Square - Factorial Relationship, deduce the unknowns

$Given$: A, B, C, D are distinct digits and can vary from 1 to 9. DB is a concatenated number. From the following relationship, solve for A,B,C,D. Give your deductive reasoning. Please read all ...
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1answer
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Flip over all the cards

Just as you flip over a deck of cards, we will be flipping over a deck of lettered "cards" from left to right, forming words all along the way. Watch this example: ...
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1answer
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Déjà vu, again?

There is a very special property common to all the words below: ART BAIL LAP LATTE MEAT ON PEAR PEAS RED RUM SCENE SHOT SIGN TINES Stuck? Need a ...
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2answers
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Find the Factorial From the Given Prime Relationship

$Given$: $P$, $Q$, $R$ are three distinct Prime Numbers $P!$ = $Q$ x $R^Q$ x $P$ Find P, Q, R.
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9answers
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Winning Strategy for the Magician and his Apprentice

There are $13$ upside-down opaque cups and $2$ balls, a magician and his apprentice and yourself. You decide under which cups to put the balls, and the objective of the magician is to find the two ...
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Steve's crossword

Congrats! Niranj Patel for finding the answer of Steve makes a riddle! $\bullet$ Yesterday Bangladesh won against South Africa by 21 runs. Here's a crossword made by Steve. Fill it with the names ...
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1answer
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Deduce the Component Digits from these three Sets of Symmetric Power Relations

Use calculator to the minimum. Under Logical Deduction, these Daunting Relations will quickly melt away to reveal the constituent digits. All three sets show beautiful symmetric Relations with first ...
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1answer
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$4\times4\times4$ Rubiks cube Top Layer Issue

The only way i am able to solve is to jumble the whole cube again. If you know the way to solve pls give images or algorithm.
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1answer
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Steve makes a riddle!

Congrats! Duck for finding the answer of : Steve misses _________? $\bullet$ Yesterday New Zealand won against Sri Lanka by 10 wickets! $\bullet$ Australia won against Afghanistan by 7 wickets. ...
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5answers
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Shortest time to meet

Three runners are located at the corners of an equilateral triangle, 100 meter a side. They run to a point inside the triangle and their goal is to do it as fast as possible. If they run at the same ...
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1answer
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Why is “D” the Center of “Attention” at this Circular Conference

All the Alphabet Guests are seated according to their order at a unit distance apart around this circular conference table. Why is “D” the center of “Attention”?
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1answer
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The Swiftest of Defeats

The quadruped resigns. Short little puzzle that popped into my head.
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1answer
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Devil goes Pan Digital..Sometimes Lucky..Sometimes not..Figure him out

$Given$: D, E, V, I, L, G, N, O, T are distinct digits (1 to 9). $D+E$ brings good luck $I+L$ is unlucky $N+O-T$ is unlucky too. $DDDD$ = $(D+E)^V$ + $(I+L)^G$ + $(N+O)^T$ Fully Figure out ...
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1answer
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Steve misses _________?

Congrats! Weather Vane for finding the answer of :Steve asks his brother to book tickets $\bullet$Yesterday West Indies won by 7 wickets against Pakistan. Even though Steve belongs to England, he ...
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1answer
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Two Odes, Two Rileys?

Let us praise... No, no more gibberish! Here you go! My infix is somewhere in the Middle East, My prefix annoy and make you muddy, My suffix a line, peculiar at least. And I, concealed, is ...
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1answer
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What is next: 2, 3, 5, 13, 89, 233, …? [closed]

Based on what is shown, what is the next number in the sequence?
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3answers
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What is my brothers' name (Wordplay)

Yeah, so, I'm not sure if this'll work or not as I'm trying something new and I'm still learning how to make functional puzzles. Anyway, this puzzle reminded me of my brothers' name. Can you guess ...
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1answer
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It's all Greek to me!

My start, to begin with, isn't hers. Moving on, It sounds like the sound of the name of a con. And as for my ending? Well, it's quite the tale. Those who hear it are certainly floored, without fail....
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2answers
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I Want Some Ice Cream

This is similar to the What is a Word/Phrase™ series started by JLee with a special brand of Phrase™ and Word™ puzzles. Giving credit where credit is due. I was sitting at Landra Hort's Mystery Ice ...
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1answer
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Who are they and what do they believe in?

English is not my native language so forgive me if my poem ̶s̶u̶c̶k̶s̶ isn't very well written. It might not even be a poem at all. The riddle still counts, though: Some people come to me all the ...
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5answers
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3 as a Sum of 3 Pan Digital Expressions [closed]

$Given$: $3$ = { A } + { B } + { C } Where A, B, C represent 3 unique Pan Digital Expressions. Each contains all the digits 1 to 9 occurs only once. Expressions contain only plus, division ...
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4answers
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X-shaped crossword

Across 1. Having very bad taste 4. English elite school 8. Shiraz's country 9. Russian car 10. Body part or storage device 12. "Pas" in faux pas 13. Mall customer 15. Baseballer Gehrig ...
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1answer
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Riley's, assemble!

Time for a Riley - it's been ages since my last one... My infix is energy, My prefix a curve. My suffix full of honey, And docs I preserve. or My prefix a curve, My infix entering ...
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1answer
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Starting with e and Pi…how do you get to Phi? [closed]

No equations...need one line answer only. No tricks here.. $e$, $\pi$, $\phi$ are regularly used universal constants. Here is the one line answer: If you want, you can do more to improve accuracy ...
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1answer
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Steve asks his brother to book tickets

Congrats! $\Omega$ Krypton for finding the answer of :Where is Steve? Yesterday England won the first match of the ICC World Cup 2019 by 104 runs. Steve is extremely happy now. He asks his brother to ...
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2answers
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Diet Coke or water?

At PuzzlingCorp, all employees have a break at 10:00am sharp every day, and immediately proceed to get either plain water or a diet coke. The people at PuzzlingCorp are also highly susceptible to ...
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Will you be able to solve this murder case puzzle?

CASE June 6, 1992 A family of five was murdered after coming home from a party of their relatives. The family of Lucian and Safire Frenier were found dead in different places. Grizzly, Glinerva and ...
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Express 2222 as a sum of 3 powers in 2 Different Pan Digital Expressions

Solve for the digits in this Unique set of Palindrome- Pan Digital Expressions: $2222$ = $(A/B)^C$ + $(D/E)^F$ + $(G/H)^I$ $2222$ = $(A/B)^I$ + $(D/E)^F$ + $(G/H)^C$ Where, A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I ...
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Rep Digit Palindrome expressed as a Unique set of Pan Digital Relations

Allowed Operations: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Exponentiation. Right and Left Bracket use permitted. Express $2222$ In $2$ Different ways using all the digits 1 to 9 only ...
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1answer
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Homophone Riddle 11

Haven't posted one of these in a while If you are new to the series, look through Homophone Riddles 1-10 ...
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1answer
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Brooklyn nine nine 12 man riddle island [duplicate]

Surely the question is of two men on a see saw at a time as is conventional rather than a makeshift pivot scale making the question much harder as it is 12 men 11 of which are equal weight and one is ...
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1answer
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Another Number Sequence…Yayy!

Find the next terms and also, explain the logic used for the terms of the sequence. $3,7,11,15,20,27,?????$ Hint : Autobots, This is Optimus Prime.
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What's written on the book?

I have a riddle for you guys: Of the four I am the oldest, of the five I am the lowest. On my back I have a temple and at it's feet what you need to find a woman. Look at her sister pointing at her....
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Express the Squares of first 20 Numbers with only numbers found in their Sum of Digits

Allowed Operations ...Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Exponentiation, Simple Factorial. Left and Right Brackets allowed. Expression should involve minimum number of total characters: ...
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Restoring order in a deck of playing cards (II)

Michelle has a deck of 52 playing cards in a pile with their backs facing up. She takes the first 2 cards in the pile, turns them over, and places them at the bottom of the pile. She now takes the ...
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Unconventional Opposites

We all know that many words can be made opposite by adding 'un' or 'ir' in front, but have you ever heard of opposites made by adding other letters in the middle? I've given the letters that you ...
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1answer
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What's up with my calculator?

As I am wont to do, I got a new calculator the other day. Obviously it needed a few test calculations: 5 + 6 = 11 22 - 17 = 5 10 + 3 = 13 4 * 6 = 24 OK, so ...
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1answer
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Where is Steve?

Steve is a modern painter. He and his brother live in England. Today his brother found him missing. He searched everywhere, but couldn't find Steve. But in Steve's room, he found the below painting. ...
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1answer
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Homophone fills the blanks

A homophone fills all the blanks in the following sentence While visiting India, Mr. ____ ____, a ____ chap, watched locals enjoying ____, ___ . The homophone constitutes 4 separate words (one ...
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1answer
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Make a formula to get the highest score

In this puzzle you need to obtain the highest score with the following rules 1) choose two digits from 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. These digits are represented by two letters, let us say $T$ and $M$...
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What's the most efficient method to scramble Rubik's Cube to consider it as sufficiently scrambled?

I am enthusiast of rubik's cube but recently I got a question and I thought more opinions would help to settle this discussion in my head. So I scramble the cube, just random twists multiple times and ...
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2answers
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Is it True that Two + Two = 2? If so, what is Ten + Ten and Nine + Nine?

Given: SIX + ZERO = 4 TWO + THREE = 15 FIVE + SIX = 88 ONE + TWO = 83 TEN + TWO = 13 If so, is TWO + TWO = 2 correct? What is TEN + TEN ? NINE + NINE ? Hint 1

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