Solving brain teasers boosts brainpower, keeps your memory strong, and entertains everyone to no end. See how many of these tricky puzzles for adults and teens you can figure out—without cheating!
1. Two people were playing chess. They both won. How is this possible?
2. What word is always spelled wrong?
3. Which letter of the alphabet has the most water?
4. What invention lets you look right through a wall?
5. Where does today come before yesterday?
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1. Answer: They were playing two different games, against other opponents.
2. Answer: “Wrong.”
Well, if you want to get technical, it’s not always spelled “W-R-O-N-G”…if you spell it wrong! So then, is it still spelled wrong? Phew! Short riddles can still make you think a whole lot.
3. Answer: The “C.” Now, see if you can solve this tricky “how many letters are in the alphabet” riddle.
4. Answer: A window!
5. Answer: In the dictionary.
Riddle for adults: Can you solve it?
Who says mind-bending logic puzzles are just for kids? this a riddle for adults to test your critical thinking, mathematics, and logic skills.
Try to Solve This riddle in less than 15 minutes, it’s not easy!
here is the riddle:
You’re rummaging around your great-grandmother’s attic when you find five short chains each made of four gold links. It occurs to you that if you combined them all into one big loop of 20 links, you’d have an incredible necklace. So you bring it to a jeweler, who tells you the cost of making the necklace will be $10 for each gold link that she has to break and then reseal.
How much will it cost?
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Solution: The most straightforward approach would be to break a link on the end of each of the five chains, and then reattach the link to the back of the next chain in the loop. This would cost you $50 for the five links that were broken and resealed.
But you can actually do it for $40! Instead of breaking a link in each chain, break all four links in one of the chains and then use those four links to attach the remaining four chains together. Now you’ve saved $10. Use it on something nice.
OMG!, it’s so hard, right?