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Logical Puzzle interview questions and answers

26)
A French glove manufacturer received an order for 5,000 pairs of expensive sealskin gloves from New York department store. HE then learned that there was a very expensive tax on the import of sealskin gloves into the United States. How did he (legitimately) get the gloves into the country without paying the import tax?
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  • The manufacturer sent 5,000 right-hand gloves to Miami and 5,000 left-hand gloves to New York. He refused to pay the duty on them so both sets of gloves were impounded. Since no body claimed them, both lots were subsequently sold off at auction. They went for a very low price (who wants 5,000 left hand gloves?). Naturally, it was the clever Frenchman who one with a very low bid at each auction.

27)
A visiting school superintendent noticed that whenever he asked one class a question all the children would put up their hands. Moreover, although the teacher always chose a different child to answer, the answer was always correct. Why?
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  • The teacher instructed her pupils always to raise their hands when a question was asked whether they knew the answer or not. If they did not know the answer they should raise their left hand. If they were sure they know the answer they should raise their right hand. The teacher chose a different child each time, but always one who had raised his or her right hand.

28)
Can you resolve this argument which arose at a recent bridge match? Spades were trumps. Which is more likely that a pair of players will have no spades dealt to them?
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  • It is equally likely that one couple will have all the trumps as that they will have no trumps between them. For if they have all the trumps if must mean that the other pair has none and vice versa.

29)
A man challenged the Masters Golf champion to a round of golf on the condition that he be allowed to chose the time and place of their contest. The champion accepted the challenge but was easily defeated by the challenger. Why?
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  • The challenger was a blind golfer and he arranged to play the champion at midnight on a dark night. The blind man was at no disadvantage in the dark but the champion could not see his ball to hit it. (Blind golfers do play matches and tournaments; they rely on others to indicate where their ball and the hole are.)

30)
A man challenged the Olympic 100-metres sprint champion to race over a short distance on the condition that he is allowed to choose the course. How does he manage to beat the champion? (N.B The solution to the preceding problem won’t help you here.)
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  • He challenged the Olympic champion to run up a ladder. Since he was the fastest window cleaner in Ireland he won easily!