字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey, you. Yeah, you are. You want ready? A master of logic, or do you need to beef up your analytical thinking? Well, try these riddles to find out. Keep track of how many you get, right? Your results await at the end of this challenge. Off we go. Number one Sam and his brother John. We're always fighting their mom couldn't take it any longer and came up with a clever plan to stop them. She told the boys to stand on the same piece of paper in such a way that they didn't touch each other and it worked. The boys couldn't fight anymore. How did she do it? The woman slipped the paper under a closed door and made Sam stand on one side and John on the other two. Two planes took off in the same moment when departed from New York and headed for Paris, and the other left Paris and flew to New York. First, plane speed was 650 miles per hour, and the other one was going 700 miles per hour. Which plane was closer to Paris when they met over the Atlantic, they were both the same distance from Paris since they met in the same place. Three. What always goes up when it rains an umbrella four. One day a teacher decided to give her students a test, but all of them refused to take it. She could give detention for skipping the test to only one student. All of them knew each other's names. If a student knew they were going to get detention, they agreed to take the test. How could the teacher make all of the students take it? She told them, Should give detention to the student whose name came first alphabetically. Then this person wouldn't skip the test. The next person on the list wouldn't skip is well and so on until the end of the list. Five. You have two coins that together make 35 cents, and one of the coins isn't a dime. When are these two coins? A dime and 1/4. If one of the coins isn't a dime than the other is six. There's a barrel full of water in the yard. You look inside and say that it's more than half full, but your friend argues that it's less than half full. How can you figure out who's right without using any measuring tools or removing water from the barrel tilt the barrel so that the water touches its rim. If you can see the bottom, the barrels less than half full. If the bottom is still covered with water, it's Maur seven. A blind man comes into an electronics store and wants to buy a cell phone. There are lots of gadgets on the shelves, but the man can't see them, and still, 10 minutes later, he leaves the store with a very phone model he'd wanted. How did he manage it? The man was blind, not mute. He just asked a shop assistant to sell him the phone he was After eight, James escaped from prison and ran for the countryside. Suddenly, on a small, deserted road, he saw a police car heading right at him. James ran toward the car for some time, then turn and rushed into the woods. Why did he run toward the car? First? James was in the middle of a bridge when he saw the car. He had to run toward the vehicle to get off the bridge. Nine. Can you make 1000 by using only eight eights. In addition, 888 plus 88 plus eight plus eight plus eight equals 1000 10 to people who have never seen each other before. Meat it a store, start a conversation and go for a walk in the park. One of them is the father of the others Daughter. How is all this possible? They're a couple both blind from birth. So they've indeed never seen each other. 11. Your company produces shoes and as two factories in different cities the workers in both plants steel shoes. You can't use any additional security, but you have to stop the theft. How can you do it? One factory should start making on Lee left shoes and the other on Lee. Right ones. 12. A person spent three days in the hospital and was perfectly healthy. And still they had to be carried away while leaving. Why? It was a newborn baby. 13 Take nine from 6 10 from nine and 50 from 40 so that you're left with six six minus nine i X equals s nine I X minus 10 X equals I 40 Excel minus 50. L equals X. Now you see 14 There are six glasses in a row on the table. The 1st 3 are filled with orange juice, and the other three are empty because, well, I drank them. Oops. Your task is to make full and empty glasses. Alternate by moving just one glass. How can you do it? Take the second glass and pour the Jews into the fifth glass. 15. Find a way to get 200 out of 188 by using just one lie. Use the line to cut 188 horizontally. This way, you'll get to one hundreds. 16. One person was 25 years old in 2000 and 20 years old in 2005. How is this possible? This'll person lived in B. C. E. Times 17. Can you give some 1 $63 without using a $1 bill? Easily 50 plus five plus two plus two plus two plus two equals $63. 18. Let's imagine you don't know what an elephant looks like. One day you're going on a safari tow. Watch animals with your friends. One of them points at a rhino and tells you it's an elephant. The other shows you a hippo and claims that it's an elephant. Who will you believe and why task was to imagine that you didn't know what an elephant looked like. Not that you didn't know what a hippo and a rhino are. It means you won't believe either of your friends. 19 Michael Adams, who disliked what passed for art in modern times, rushed into the city gallery and caused millions of dollars worth of damage to several paintings. Yet the manager of the gallery thank Mr Adams for his actions. How come Michael was a firefighter? The water from his hose damaged several masterpieces, but he still managed to extinguish the fire and saved many Maur exhibits. 20 one man went to his friend's party and told his wife he'd be back before sunrise. He shaved and left home. He returned as promised before sunrise, but he was sporting a long, thick beard. How come the man and his wife lived in a place with polar nights that can last for several months? 21. When you look for something, you always find it in the last place you search Why? So it's always the last place you look, because after this you don't need to continue your search. 22. An egg has to fall 100 feet, but you can't let it break. You can't slow down its fall or cushion its landing. How can you do it? Drop the egg from a height greater than 100 feet and it won't break for the 1st 100 feet. 23 wire pianos so hard to open. Well, keys are inside. 24 newlyweds left for their honeymoon and asked their neighbor toe look after their house. When they returned, the woman found out that she'd lost all her expensive jewelry because of a power outage. The woman had hidden her jewelry in a supposed safe place. The house wasn't robbed. The neighbor was an honest person. The jewelry got lost on accident. What happened? The wife hitter jewelry in the freezer in a bag with frozen food. After the power failure, all the food spoil. The kind hearted neighbor decided to help and threw away all the bad food together with the jewelry. 25. What is as big as a mountain but weighs nothing. The mountain's shadow. And now let's see how good you are in cracking riddles If your score is 0 to 5 correct answers, you're still a riddle, newbie. You've got a lot of practicing to D'oh. 6 to 10 solve puzzles. Your level is sophomore. Not the worst, but you could get better. 11 to 15 riddles. You're competent when it comes to analytical thinking, right smack in the middle. 16 to 20 Correct answers. You're proficient in riddle solving. You're almost at the top. Keep practicing 20 to 25. You're the master of riddles. You should be proud. Hey, if you learn something new today, then give the video alive and here with a friend. And here's some other videos I think you'll enjoy.