a little bit of math to complete.

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These set of Brain Teasers rely more on analytic skills to complete, (by that we mean they rely more heavily on mathematical skills).

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**Math Puzzlers Series 1-20**

**2]** **There are a certain amount of tigers at the zoo. Fifteen have blue eyes . Six have two stripes**

**and four have neither blue-eyes nor two stripes.**

**If five tigers have blue-eyes and two stripes how many tigers are there at the zoo?**

**3]**
**Two US Coins add up to 30 cents. If one of them isn't a nickel, what
are the two coins?**

**4]
I have fifteen coins in my pocket totaling $1.00, and I have at least
one of each **

**of the ****following, a nickel, dime, and quarter. How many
of each coin do I have?**

**5] We
are given a triangle with sides A, B, C. Which statement below is
true?**

**
**

**(a)
C minus B is always greater than A.**

** (b) C minus B is always less
than A.**

(c) C minus B always equals A.

(d) There is not enough information to solve the problem.

6] Suppose we have a digital clock which can only display the time with double digits

( for example** 08:08, or 09:09, or 10:10). What is the shortest
time between any**

** two times that can be displayed?**

**(a)
101 minutes. (b) 60 minutes.**

** (c) 59 minutes. (d) 49 minutes.**

**7]
A clothing store offers successive discounts of 25% off and then another
25% off.**

** Is it better to take this discount over a single discount of
50% ?**

**8]
There are 21 people at a party. If each person shakes the other
person's hand,**

** how many shakes does that make?**

**9]
Marie owns five skirts, four blouses and two pairs of shoes.
**

**Assuming an outfit comprises one each of a skirt, blouse and at least**

**
one pair of shoes , ****how many possible ensembles can she configure?**

**10]
What is the answer when you divide 40 by ½ and add 20?**

**( Be careful with the wording of this brain teaser)**

**
**

**11]
How many positive integers between 0 and 1000 are not
exactly
divisible by 3?**

**12]
Suppose my wife has 20 green shoes and 20 blue shoes in her closet. **

**Now , ****without her looking , what is the lowest number of selections from her
**

**closet ****that ****she can make to ensure she gets at least one pair of matching shoes?**

**13]****
If A is 250 percent of B, what percent of A is B ?**

**14]
****A rental store offers successive discounts of 30% and 10%****. **

**What would the
equivalent single discount be?**

**15]
Take 1000, add 40, add 1000 again, add 30, add 1000 to that, add 20 ,
add 1000 again, **

**add 10, what is your total?**

**16]
There are three lifeguard chairs at the community pool. Thus there may be 1 to 3 lifeguards**

** on duty at any given time. How many possible
different combinations of lifeguards can be on duty?**

**17]
Three consecutive odd integers a, b, and c added together equal 57.
What is c?**

**18]
Suppose you have a strainer measuring 4” x 3” x 6” . What is
the volume of water it can contain?**

**( A tricky brain teaser here ! )**

**19]
If everyone working in the kitchen at Jack's Grill works at the same
speed, and it takes 8 **

**dishwashers to wash 50 dishes in 60 minutes.
How long will it take four dishwashers to wash **

**100 dishes?**

**20]
Two runners starting from the same initial point , but facing in
opposite directions **

**run three miles in a straight line, then
each takes a right turn and runs another**

** four miles. At this point
how far apart are the runners?**

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