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Guest Message by DevFuse


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Offline Last Active Jul 20 2014 06:45 PM

Topics I've Started

Amount of air in a glass

06 July 2014 - 01:32 PM

If we have an emty cylindrical  glass  on a flat table with a dice inside it , naturally, it will contain an amount of air inside it.

Now , if we invert this glass upside down on the table, leaving the dice still inside it but landing on the table , will the amount of air inside the glass changes?

If yes, would it be more or less, and why?

If no...why?


Bone and Stone

03 July 2014 - 05:34 PM

Mr. Bone and Mr. Stone are friends....one of them is now in prison.

What do you think....which person is now in prison?

Note: any one knowing the right answer will be put  in prison instead of Mr. Stone. ;) :)


Find out the missing number

30 June 2014 - 05:08 PM

Hi friends...I missed u all... hope you are doing well....

As usual...I`ll start  with a very easy puzzle...enjoy it....thanks






find... 10+10=?

No matter...whether Ascending or Descending order

24 November 2013 - 11:18 AM

Hi dear friends...I missed you so much....I love you all... :wub:

I have today a nice puzzle for you...hope to enjoy solving it ^_^ ..

We have 4 beakers( A,B,C, and D)

(A) can take only 3 gallons of water,(B) can take 4 gallons...they are  both empty at start position.

© and (D) have the same size , each can take exactly 5 gallons,   both are full  with water to start with.

Use these beakers only to make an ascending or descending order of water amount in each beaker... 

i.e. , either...1 gallon, 2,3,and 4 gallons,

or 4 gallons, 3,2 and one gallon...

Have a nice time.. :thumbsup: