## Take 2 from 5

How can you take 2 from 5 and leave 4?

F I V E. Remove the 2 letters F and E from five and you have IV.

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How can you take 2 from 5 and leave 4?

F I V E. Remove the 2 letters F and E from five and you have IV.

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I eat, I live, I breathe, I live, I drink, I die. What am I?

Fire.

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I can be as thin as a picture frame but my insides have many things you can see. What am I?

Television.

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What country makes you shiver?

Chile.

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It is impossible to keep it until you give it someone else. What is that?

A promise.

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What do you get if you add 3 to 300 five times?

303 , 303 , 303 , 303 , 303

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A man wanted to enter an exclusive club but did not know the password that was required. He waited by the door and listened. A club member knocked on the door and the doorman said, "twelve." The member replied, "six " and was let in. A second member came to the door and the doorman said, "six." The member replied, "three" and was let in. The man thought he had heard enough and walked up to the door. The doorman said ,"ten" and the man replied, "five." But he was not let in. What was the right answer then?

Three. The doorman lets in those who answer with the number of letters in the word the doorman says.

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A frog is at the bottom of a well. It is a 30 foot climb to get out. Each morning, the frog jumps 3 feet up the path out, but each night, as it sleeps, it slips back 2 feet down.
Thus, at the beginning of the first day, the frog has 30 feet to go, at the beginning of the second day it has 29 feet to go, and so on.
How many days does it take the frog to get out of the well?

It takes 28 days for the frog to get out (it gets out on the morning of the 28th day).
This is because on the beginning of the 28th day, the frog has 3 feet left to travel. Because the frog jumps 3 feet forward each morning, it will jump out of the well on this day.

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What is it that when you take away the whole, you still have some left over?

Wholesome.

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An intelligent trader travels from one place to another with 3 sacks having 30 coconuts each. No sack can hold more than 30 coconuts. On the way, he passes 30 check points. At each check point, he has to give one coconut for every sack he is carrying. What is the maximum number of coconuts that he can have with him at the end of his journey?

He will have 25 coconuts with him at the end. The trick is to reduce the number of sacks as you pass checkpoints. The first 10 checkpoints require 3 coconuts each, which empties his first sack. The next 15 checkpoints require 2 coconuts each, which will empty his second stack. Now, he is left with 1 sack and 5 more checkpoints. So, the 5 checkpoints will take 1 coconut each. Therefore, he will be left with 25 coconuts.

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