## Brain Teaser – Ships

There are 5 ships in a port

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# Brain Teasers

## Brain Teaser – Ships

## Brain Teaser – A Book

## Calculate the velocity of water coming out of a double-entry pipe

## New Brain Teaser – What is that number?

## 3 Questions for an Engineer

## Brain Teaser: Fill in the Blanks

## Brain Teaser: A Sliding Ladder

## Brain Teaser – An 8-inch model screw

## Brain Teaser – Determine the code to open the briefcase

## The Raffle Tickets Brain Teaser

Mind challenges.

There are 5 ships in a port

A book has N pages, numbered the usual way, from 1 to N. The total number of digits in the page numbers is 1,095. How many pages does the book have?

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If we know the volumetric flow rates of the water going into the two branches, then what would be the velocity of the water coming out?

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There is a number less than 3000 that when divided by 2 leaves a remainder of 1, when divided by 3 leaves a remainder of 2, when divided by 4…

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1. How much does a house weigh? 2. How much weight can a rural two-lane bridge hold? Click to Zoom 3. And finally, would this be covered under the home…

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Four words with the letters SNT, in that order, have all their other letters removed. You must use the letters below to fill in the blanks.

_ _ S _ N T _ _ _

S _ _ N T

S _ N _ _ T

S _ _ _ N T

Letters to use: A, A, E, E, E, I, I, L, L, Q, S, S, U, U

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A 25 ft ladder (assume it is not an extension ladder) is placed with its foot 7 ft away from a building. If the top of the ladder slips down 4 ft, how many feet will the bottom slide out?

An 8-inch model screw, tested in a water tunnel at a rotational speed of 22.5 revolutions per second and a velocity of flow of 12 feet per second, yields a…

Doug had forgotten the 5 digit code to his briefcase. However, he did remember five clues: The fifth number plus the third number equals fourteen; The fourth number is one…

Challenge your brain with this interesting brain teaser. Given a number of statement find the solution to the question asked.