11) A man is going to an Antique Car auction. All purchases must be paid for in cash. He goes to the bank and draws out $25,000.
Since the man does not want to be seen carrying that much money, he places it in 15 evelopes numbered 1 through 15. Each envelope contains the least number of bills possible of any available US currency (i.e. no two tens in place of a twenty).
At the auction he makes a successful bid of $8322 for a car. He hands the auctioneer envelopes number(s) 2, 8, and 14. After opening the envelopes the auctioneer finds exactly the right amount.
How many ones did the auctioneer find in the envelopes?
12) The minute and the hour hand of a watch meet every 65 minutes.
How much does the watch lose or gain time and by how much?
13) There is a number that is 5 times the sum of its digits. What is this number? Answer is not 0.
14) There are six boxes containing 5, 7, 14, 16, 18, 29 balls of either red or blue in colour. Some boxes contain only red balls and others contain only blue.
One sales man sold one box out of them and then he says, "I have the same number of red balls left out as that of blue."
Which box is the one he solds out?
15) Ekta got chocolates to give her friends on her Birthday. If she gives 3 chocolates to each friend, one friend will get only 2 chocolates. Also, if she gives 2 chocolates to each friends, she will left with 15 chocolates.
How many chocolates Ekta got on her Birthday? and how many friends are there?
16) Pooja and Esha met each other after long time. In the course of their conversation, Pooja asked Esha her age. Esha replied, "If you reverse my age, you will get my husbund's age. He is of course older than me. Also, the difference between our age is 1/11th of the sum of our age."
Can you help out Pooja in finding Esha's age?
17) A fish had a tail as long as its head plus a quarter the lenght of its body. Its body was three-quarters of its total length. Its head was 4 inches long.
What was the length of the fish?
18) Assume that you have just heard of a scandal and you are the first one to know. You pass it on to four person in a matter of 30 minutes. Each of these four in turn passes it to four other persons in the next 30 minutes and so on.
How long it will take for everybody in the World to get to know the scandal?
Assume that nobody hears it more than once and the population of the World is approximately 5.6 billions.