These cunning brain teasers will help evaluate your logical reasoning. Look for the answers at the end of the articles to see if you coped with the tasks.
Police hire a detective to find an escaped prisoner. The detective narrows his search to one of three different houses. After taking a closer look at an aerial photo of the three houses, the detective instantly knew which house the prisoner was in.
Do you already know the answer?
Here are five different shapes. The question is simple:
To solve this riddle, you must know that there are 5 houses of 5 different colors. There is a person of a different nationality in each house. Each person drinks a certain drink, smokes a certain brand of cigarettes, and has a certain pet. But no one drinks the same drink, smokes the same brand of cigarettes, or has the same pet.
The question is:
Tip: The key to finding the answer is to discard all possibilities progressively until you reach the final solution.
John is trapped in a room. There is a table, a chair, 2 doors and a small hole in the ceiling (6 inches in diameter) there. Behind the first door there’s an extremely hungry lion that hasn’t eaten for a couple of days. Behind the second door there’s a glass tunnel that magnifies the sunlight, and it creates such a high temperature that even opening the door could kill John. How will he escape?
Here’s the question:
This one is very tricky:
Explanation: At first you feel like the odd one out is the only green one. BUT...
What about the lonely circle?
Or the single small square?
Or the only shape with no border?
In the process of elimination, you’ll realize that the odd one out is the shape on the left, because it’s the only one that is not an odd one out!
The leftmost shape is special because it is not special. Congrats to those who found the solution! Make good use of your keen eye and extraordinary logical abilities.
The Norwegian lives in the yellow house, drinks water, smokes Dunhill, and has a cat.
The Danish man lives in the blue house, drinks tea, smokes Blend, and has a horse.
The British man lives in the red house, drinks milk, smokes Pall Mall, and has a bird.
The German lives in the green house, drinks coffee, smokes Prince, and has a fish.
The Swedish man lives in the white house, drinks beer, smokes BlueMaster, and has a dog.
The German is the owner of the fish.
Just turn the picture upside down.