Hubble07
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A man with two red pills and two white pills
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Dissect the frog
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I think this is the solution: I printed out the image and cut out each unit square and then it was more easier to try out all positions.

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The defective clock
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You said - "The clock is digital, and some of the seven bars on its units digit are broken." and then at the end you say - "In each of these four scenarios, what is the maximum number ...

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Secrets over the phone
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You could embed your actual password inside some random string and them tell him to type that random string, which you could make as complicated and as long as you want. For e.g. if your password is ...

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Who or what are we?
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Who or what are we? You need me. You need me in many ways. Yet, I'm slowly losing my family. You can count on me as you always did! The sound of an explosion, transferred to the orange land. I can ...

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Three 50/50 guesses
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Let $R_1,R_2$ and $R_3$ be the three rooms and let $A, B ,C$ denote the three friends. I represent the white balls by the digit $1$ and the black ones by $0$. They could adopt the strategy as ...

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All clock hands at equal degrees from each other
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Wrote a small mathematica program just to confirm what rand al'thor has already proved elegantly. Let $\left(\theta_s,\theta_m,\theta_h\right)$ be the angle in degree made by the second, minute and ...

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If this were an answer, what would be the question?
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or you could ask The questions above considers the given sentence literally by taking the word "this" to refer to the answer. Source

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A boy and his father
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A far-fetched solution Consider this : Twins are born (lets say two boys A and B) - biological parents die - ends up in foster care - then each are adopted separately. Lets say their worlds never ...

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Measuring the amount of liquid in a container without a measuring tool
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I will assume that the containers are made of such material (e.g plastic), that I can make holes in them. All containers are of equal dimensions. 1) Make a water clock Let's assume that we don't ...

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Find shortest network connecting four points
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My first attempt had some mistakes, so here's my second attempt:- Firstly lets consider the simpler case when the green pentagram is absent.This then corresponds to the case of the four points at the ...

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