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How much is the shopkeeper's loss?
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Mirror Room Puzzle (Thought Experiment)
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A black hole (the two would collide and crash into each other making one singularity). An electron (doesn't travel linearly so it wouldn't necessarily collide with itself). Lots of different objects ...

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character decoding problem at an interview
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If you assign a value to each letter (a = 1, b = 2... z = 26) and add up each letter, the two sample words "PSAKLJIUASP" and "PJIUAZAKLKP" are both equal (137). The test word adds up to 169, so it ...

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What did I see in Key West and the Pacific Northwest?
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You saw "The AIOU". The AIOU is a research facility/university in pakistan. Upon your travels you saw some of their handiwork in the form of a peer reviewed paper.

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Miss Danner and the Elmer Boys
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Archetypes of alternate answers: Atypical birth records: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer travel frequently, while traveling their first child was born in a region where the date is recorded month/day/year, and ...

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Witches and Cats
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I feel like the question assumes a witch and her cat flying together somehow mask the presence of a single head. If this line of reasoning is accurate 8 Witch/Cat combinations (8 heads 48 legs), 2 ...

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Red and Blue in the Chocolate Fountain Room
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I'm only giving this answer because I saw a lateral-thinking tag. All the prisoners bloody the tips of their noses. This gives them a red mark regardless of the previous color. All the prisoners ...

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How to lock a shared artefact
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I can't tell if this answer is only true due to a misstatement in the rules, but I'll answer the question as written regardless: "Thieves can't break a lock they do not have a key to." Which this ...

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 = 100
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I'm not sure this is what you're looking for, but 123456789=/=100 This answer adds two symbols, "=" and "/".

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