Which of the five black shapes is identical to the red one?
There may be more than one which is exactly the same.
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By changing the second letter of each word below, you can make another valid word.
Can you change each word such that the second letters will reveal an eleven letter word when read downwards.
Therefore, what now reads AWPYRNUCEPA will be a real word.
BAKE >> BIKE
SWAP >> SNAP
OPAL >> OVAL
DYED >> DEED
ARKS >> ASKS
SNOW >> STOW
LUMP >> LIMP
ACES >> AGES
MELT >> MALT
SPUN >> STUN
RANT >> RENT
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BrainBashers Triathlon - Round 2 - Logic PuzzlesThe final of the BrainBashers triathlon was a close run thing.
The whole tournament was decided on the last two sections, cycling and the road race.
Alex didn't win either section.
The person who won the cycling came third in the road race.
Alex beat Charlie in cycling, but was beaten by Charlie in the road race.
Charlie was last in neither section.
Drew won the road race, but was beaten by Blake in the cycling.
Can you work out who came where in each section?
Cycling : Blake > Alex > Charlie > Drew
Road race : Drew > Charlie > Blake > Alex
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Farmer Stone is quite an eccentric dairy farmer.
He originally had a total 54 gallons of milk in three churns and he wanted to make sure each churn contained 18 gallons of milk.
In order to do this, he did the following:
First he poured 1/4 of the first churn in the second churn.
He then poured 1/2 of the second churn into the third churn.
Finally he poured 1/3 of the third churn into the first churn.
How many gallons did each churn contain before Farmer Stone started pouring?
12, 33 and 9 gallons respectively for churns 1, 2 and 3.
The solution may require more than one read!
To explain a little further. After pour 3, C3 must have contained 18 gallons, so it must have contained 27 before the pour. Similarly after pour 2, C2 must have contained 18 gallons, so must have contained 36 before the pour. After pour 3, C1 must have contained 18 gallons, and it received 9 gallons from pour 3, so must have had 9 before the pour. So pour 1 left 9 gallons in C1, which means C1 contained 12 before the pour and C2 received 3 gallons. We know that C2 had 36 gallons before pour 2, so must have started with 33 gallons.
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