I hesitate to put this here because of all the pissants – but enjoy, nevertheless.

Figure out these puzzles (Don’t scroll down to comments if you don’t want the answers because sure as shit someone’s gonna feel the need to give theirs. (Go to my site if you want to see how I did, but I’m not trying to start a “who can lie most convincingly about their score” contest here. No doubt this puzzle list is somewhere else on the Web.)

19 is supposed to be a good score.

This came in a Word Excel file, which made it harder because it wouldn’t give a correct answer unless you also spelled everthing correctly. I know Windows people have virus problems with Excel macros and so forth (though I doubt this has those). My girlfriend forwarded it to me and she has a Windows XP with all kinds of anti-software.

The Excel file will tell you after you type in your answer whether you got it right I know how Windows people have virus problems with Excel macros and so forth (though I doubt this has those).

The list of questions to figure out.
Example = 24 H in a D — 24 Hours in a Day

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1 = Wheel on a Unicycle
200 = Dollars for Passing Go in Monopoly
5 = Numbers in a Zip Code

duane

1001 is Arabian Nights
88 is piano keyboard
8 is sides on a stop sign
57 is Heinz varieties (maybe)

and on post #16, that should be “natural log,” not “common log,” dammit

midget

i need help with these so can somebody help me.
5 = N in a Z C
1001 = A N
88 = P K
200 = D for P G in M
8 = S on a S S
1 = W on a U
57 = H V
8 = S R
1 = H in a D

duane

Oh yeah, I forgot to give the answer to #2. Keeler (#8) got it. For math geeks, the answer, for any number of doors (N) is

# open doors = int[sqrt(N)]

Right. Here’s another one for math geeks (no calculators allowed).

Q: Which is greater, e^pi or pi^e ?*

* e is the base of the common logarithm, pi is, well, you know, and the ^ symbol means “raised to the power.”

Someone!

This one might not be on there but i have a sheet like that as my homework and its almost due and ive only got one left to do… If anyone can figure it out can you plz let me know by posting another comment on here… What is ..
2 H (B A in D)

24 H in a D 24 hours in a day
26 L of the A 26 letters of the alphabet
7 D of the W 7 days of the week
7 W of the W 7 wonders of the world
12 S of the Z 12 signs of the zodiac
66 B of the B 66 books of the bible
52 C in a P (WJs) 52 cards in a pack (without jokers)

13 S in the USF 13 stripes in the United States Flag

18 H on a G C 18 holes on a golf course
39 B of the O T 39 books of the old testament
5 T on a F 5 toes on a foot
90 D in a R A 90 degrees in a right angle
3 B M (S H T R) 3 blind mice (see how they run)
32 is the T in D F at which W F 32 is the temperature in degrees fahrenheit at which water freezes

15 P in a R T 15 players in a rugby team
3 W on a T 3 wheels on a tricycle
100 C in a R 100 cents in a rand
11 P in a F (S) T 11 players in a football (soccer) team
12 M in a Y 12 months in a year
13=UFS 13 is unlucky for some
8 T on a O 8 tentacles on a octopus
29 D in F in a L Y 29 days in february in a leap year

27 B in the N T 27 books in the new testament
365 D in a Y 365 days in a year
13 L in a B D 13 loaves in a bakers dozen
52 W in a Y 52 weeks in a year
9 L of a C 9 lives of a cat
60 M in a H 60 minutes in a hour
23 P of C in the H B 23 pairs of chromosomes in the human body

64 S on a C B 64 squares on a chess board
9 P in S A 9 provinces in south africa
6 B to an O in C 6 balls to an over in cricket

1000 Y in a M 1000 years in a millenium
15 M on a D M C 15 men on a dead mans chest

0 24 H in a D
24 Hours in a Day
1 26 L of the A
26 Letters of the Alphabet
2 7 D of the W
7 Days of the Week
3 7 W of the W
7 Wonders of the World
4 12 S of the Z
12 Signs of the Zodiac
5 66 B of the B
66 Books of the Bible
6 52 C in a P (WJs)
52 Cards in a Pack (Without Jokers)
7 13 S in the USF
13 Stripes in the United States Flag
8 18 H on a G C
18 Holes on a Golf Course
9 39 B of the O T
39 Books of the Old Testament
10 5 T on a F
5 Toes on a Foot
11 90 D in a R A
90 Degrees in a Right Angle
12 3 B M (S H T R)
3 Blind Mice (See How They Run)
13 32 is the T in D F at which W F
32 is the Temperature in Degrees Fahrenheit at which Water Freezes
14 15 P in a R T
15 Players in a Rugby Team
15 3 W on a T
3 Wheels on a Tricycle
16 100 C in a R
100 Cents in a Rand
17 11 P in a F (S) T
11 Players in a Football (Soccer) Team
18 12 M in a Y
12 Months in a Year
19 13=UFS
13 is Unlucky For Some
20 8 T on a O
8 Tentacles on a Octopus
21 29 D in F in a L Y
29 Days in February in a Leap Year
22 27 B in the N T
27 Books in the New Testament
23 365 D in a Y
365 Days in a Year
24 13 L in a B D
13 Loaves in a Bakers Dozen
25 52 W in a Y
52 Weeks in a Year
26 9 L of a C
9 Lives of a Cat
27 60 M in a H
60 Minutes in a Hour
28 23 P of C in the H B
23 Pairs of Chromosomes in the Human Body
29 64 S on a C B
64 Squares on a Chess Board
30 9 P in S A
9 Provinces in South Africa
31 6 B to an O in C
6 Balls to an Over in Cricket
32 1000 Y in a M
1000 Years in a Millenium
33 15 M on a D M C
15 Men on a Dead Mans Chest

Alex VanDine

26 LETTERS of the ALPHABET
7 DAYS of the WEEK
7 WONDERS of the WORLD
12 SIGNS of the ZODIAC
66 BOOKS of the bible
52 CARDS in a PACK
13 STRIPES in the UNITED STATES FLAG
18 HOLES on a GOLF COURSE
39 BOOKS in the OLD TESTAMENT
5 TOES on a FOOT
90 DEGREES in a RIGHT ANGLE
3 BLIND MICE (SEE HOW THEY RUN)
32 is the TEMPERATURE in DEGREES FARENHIET at which WATER FREEZES
15 PEOPLE on a RUGBY TEAM
3 WHEELS on a TRICYCLE

mercedes

HAPPY THANXGIVING TO ALL OF YOU!

cynthia

right now not tomorrow.ok.

cynthia

where are the answers to the ones on top? I need them as soon as possible!

Keeler

Ok, I wrote it down… is that cheating?

The answer is 31. What ends up happening is that the doors that are left open are the perfect squares between 1 and 1000. I won’t get into why it happens this way, but just try it out for yourself on a set of small numbers like say 1 to 10. You will see that door #1, door #4, and door #9 remain open.

Incidentally, the term is “Excel file” – Word and Excel are two separate programs with different file formats. That may be a different kind of puzzle than the one you refer to.

That is awesome Duane – and I am going to literally sleep on it. I will come back to it. I could see me usign this in a novel.

Duane

There are 1000 closed doors and there are 1000 people. Person 1 opens all the doors. Person 2 changes every other door, i.e., he closes doors 2,4,6, etc. Person 3 changes every 3rd door, i.e., he closes the 3rd door, opens the sixth, etc. This goes on until person 1000 changes the 1000th door — opens it, if it was closed, closes it, if it was open. How many open doors are there after all 1000 people have done their thing?

After I invested your time here anybody wanna get me back with a good puzzle / riddle? (That’s not akin to “What is the Meaning of Life?” smart-ass) LOL