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Logical Puzzle interview questions and answers

46)
How do the publishers of dictionaries or atlases protect themselves from pirates who would copy their work?
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  • Publishers normally include a nonexistent word or a non-existent island in a dictionary or atlas, respectively. If it then appears in somebody else’s work, they have clear evidence of copying.

47)
A man parked his car outside a bank and rushed in. He held up twenty-five people and ran out with $200. A policeman who saw the whole incident stopped the man. He told him off and then let him go. Why?
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  • When the man parked his car outside the bank he held up twenty-five people who were stuck in traffic behind him. The policeman told him not to park like that again.

48)
A man had a book which was worth $40,000. Why did he deliberately destroy it?
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  • The man actually owned two copies of the valuable book. By destroying one copy he increased the value of the other.

49)
The famous penny black, the world’s first postage stamp, was introduced in England in 1840. The idea of postage stamps was a great success and was taken up worldwide. Yet the penny Black was in use for only one year before it was replaced by the Penny Red. Why?
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  • The postmark used at that time was always black. It was therefore difficult to tell whether a stamp had been frankled or not. This led to people reusing used stamps. On a Penny red the black postmark was clearly visible.

50)
A man woke up one morning to find that one of the wheels of his car had a completely flat tire. Despite this he set off in his car and drove 100 miles to visit a customer. He then drove 100 miles home. He did not repair or inflate the flat tire. How did he manage to make the journey?
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  • The flat tire was on the man’s spare wheel which he kept in the car trunk. The four wheels he drove on all had properly inflated tires.