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Logical Puzzle interview questions and answers

21)
At a children’s hospital the patients loved to play with the cuddly teddy bears they had there. Unfortunately, the children liked them so much that the bears were disappearing at an alarming rate as the young patients took them home. How did the hospital solve this problem?
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  • The hospital dressed all their teddy bears with bandages. Then they explained to the little children that the poor teddies had to say at the hospital for their own health and recovery. The children reluctantly but sympathetically agreed.

22)
At a fancy, upper-class dinner party a precious gold coin was being passed around the table for inspection when suddenly the lights went out. When the lights came on again the coin was missing. A search of each guest was ordered. One man refused to be searched. The police were under a saucer. Why did the guest refuse to be searched?
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  • The man who refused to be searched was an aristocrat who had fallen on very hard times but was trying to keep up appearances. He was so poor, however, that he could scarcely afford to eat. So, while at the dinner, he secretly lined his pockets with food from the table to keep him going for the next few days. Obviously if he was searched his secret would be revealed and he would be humiliated.

23)
A girl was eight years old on her first birthday. How could that be?
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  • She was born on February 29, 1986. The year 1900 was not a leapt year (only centuries divisible by 400 are leap years), so the next February 29 fell in 1904 when she was eight. She was twelve on her second birthday.

24)
A manhole is a hole which allows someone to gain access to the sewers or other pipes which are below ground. Our local town council recently decided that all the town’s manhole covers should be changed from square to round ones. We are user to the town council making silly decisions, but this time they were absolutely right. why?
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  • A square or rectangular manhole cover can fall down the hole, while a round manhole cover cannot. The square cover will fit down the diagonal of the hole(unless the rim it sits on is very large) but no matter how you turn a circle it never measures less than its diameter. So for safety and practicality all manhole covers should be round.

25)
Protagoras was a lawyer in ancient Greece. As an act of kindness he took on a poor but promising young man as a pupil. He agreed to teach him law but make no charge until the student had won his first case, when the student would repay the tuition fees. The young man gladly agreed to this plan. The student completed his training, and then decided that he did not want to practice law. Instead, he retired to the countryside to keep goats. Protagoras was disgusted at this waste of talent and training and dismayed that he would not be reimbursed for the tuition. He decided to sue his pupil in order to recover his fees. If the two men met in court to argue the case, who do you think would have won?
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  • This is a paradox with no clear-cut answer. Both parties have a good case. It would be interesting to see it argued out in court. Whoever lost could claim to have won—the student in losing would still not have won a case, Protagoras in losing would ensure a first victory for his pupil. Some believe that the most likely outcome of such a situation, if it had come to trial, would have been victory for the student. He was after all under no obligation to practice law and up until that point he had not breached ever, he could sue a second time on grounds that the student had now won a case and was in breach of contract. Protagoras would therefore win the second case and recover his fees. Overall, Protagoras would have won. The student would be smart to choose not to represent himself but to select a good lawyer who could win the first case for him. In that case, since a pupil would still not have won a case, he would have won the contest.