If I had one more sister I would have twice as many sisters as brothers. If I had one more brother I would have the same number of each. How many brothers and sisters have I?

If I had one more sister I would have twice as many sisters as brothers. If I had one more brother I would have the same number of each. How many brothers and sisters have I?

Here are three false statements. 1) 2+2=4. 2) 3x6=17. 3) 8/4=2. 4) 13-6=5. 5) 5+4=9. Can you find out which ones?

1. "Here are three false statements." 2. "2) 3x6=17." 3. "4) 13-6=5."

There are 10 lit candles on a table. A strong breeze comes and extinguishes 2 of the candles. When you come back later, you see that 1 more has been blown out.To make sure no more flames go out, you shut the window. Assuming the wind doesn't extinguish any more candles and you don't relight the extinguished candles, how many candles do you have left in the end?

All of the vowels have been omitted from this saying. Put them back to produce the saying. F T F R S T Y D N T S C C D T R Y T R Y G N T H N Q T T H R S N S N S B N G D M N F L B T T

If I had one more sister I would have twice as many sisters as brothers. If I had one more brother I would have the same number of each. How many brothers and sisters have I?

If 3 (76) equals 212 and 4 (320) equals 125 what is: 5 (6100)?

What are X and Y? 7 8 6 9 5 1 0 X Y 3 12

The Pharaoh asked: “Who is the greatest of the gods?” “I am not” said Horus. “Anubis is” said Isis. “Isis is lying”, said Anubis. Only one god was telling the truth, the other two were lying. Who is the greatest?

Looking at the columns below, work out what X is. 2 1 8 5 9 3 7 2 6 2 4 2 1 1 X