Use your logical skills to solve this riddle. An Historic English literature exhibition centre has a unique way of charging its visitors. Each visitor has to pay based on a unique formula based on his country name. The charges for a person from the following countries are as follows; America: $1,800 Japan: $1,200 New Zealand:
This quiz is especially for all the cricket fans. Test your cricket knowledge with this riddle on the sport. Guess the words with the help of the hints given below; 1. Nomads gather to play here (9) 2. Additional LIC premium (5,5) 3. Silly to fight for residues (5) 4. Nightclubs employ him to eject
This seems like a very simple riddle but is a bit confusing so read it carefully think and then give the final answer. A lady buys groceries worth Rs.350 from a shop. (shopkeeper selling the goods with zero profit) The lady gives him a 2000 rs note. The shopkeeper gets the change from the next
Test your geometry skills with this picture riddle. In the given picture you will see a square which has 5 circles inside it. The radius of the circle is given as 6.5 cm. Can you find the value of x? So were you able to solve the riddle? Leave your answers in the comment section
This riddle is for all the cricket fans. Let’s see how well do you know your cricket players. Identify Cricketers by Nicknames. Lil master Prince of Trinidad Mr 360 Mr Cricket Don The Wall Captain cool The Postmen Universal Boss King of reverse swing Pup Punter Rawalpindi express God of offside The Madmax Jumbo Pigeon
Leopards are difficult to spot in wildlife for sure but sometimes they are even difficult to spot in pictures. Test your observation skills with this picture riddle. in the photo there is a leopard hidden somewhere, can you spot it? So were you able to solve the riddle? Leave your answers in the comment section
This riddle will help you improve your word power. For each of the hints given below, find a word ending in ‘ cate ’ Suspend a student. Cut the end of. Make unclear. Very detailed. Highly sensitive. Make a copy of. Renounce the throne. Make completely dry. Appease. Completely removed. Disentangle. Divide into two. Tame.