Q1 What is the third hand on a watch or clock called?
Q2 Why are 1980 Australian dollar bills worth more than 1979 Australian dollar bills?
Q3 Mr. and Mrs. Clatter have five children. Half of them are boys. How is this possible?
Q4 What occurs once in every minute, twice in every moment, yet never in a thousand years?
Q5 If a man and a half can eat a cake and a half in a minute and a half, allowing the same situation, how many men would it take to eat 60 cakes in 30 minutes?
Q6 If you turn your right-hand glove inside out and put it on your left hand, where will the palm of the glove be on your left hand?
Q7 If you were to put a coin into an empty bottle and then insert a cork into the neck, how could you remove the coin without taking out the cork or breaking the bottle?
Q8 When asked how old she was, Suzzie replied, "In two years I will be twice as old as I was five years ago." How old is she?
Q9 Buck Shot has a bow and 60 arrows. If Buck shoots the first arrow at exactly noon and continues to shoot one arrow every minute thereafter, at what time will he run out of arrows?
Q10 There are six ears of corn in a hollow stump. If a perfectly healthy squirrel carries only three ears out each day, how many days will it take to empty the stump?
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PS. I may make a mistake and put an incorrect answer down. Let me know if you see any mistakes.