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Logical Puzzle interview questions and answers

36)
A man threw something away. He then paid someone else twenty dollars to try to find it but the search was unsuccessful. Later the man found it easily himself. How?
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  • The man fell overboard from a small boat at the seashore. He could not swim well and got into difficulties so he threw away the expensive and heavy binoculars around his neck. He was rescued. He then offered a swimmer a reward to dive down and recover his binoculars. This effort was unsuccessful. Later, however, when the tide went out he was able to pick them up off the sand.

37)
A child was born with its legs so wasted that it would never be able to walk. When they learned this, the child’s parents were especially happy that the child was crippled rather than normal and healthy. Why?
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  • This is a true story from India. The child was born into a family of beggars in Calcutta. The parents knew that a crippled child would earn more as a beggar than a healthy child would.

38)
A man’s lifelong ambition was to achieve a certain goal yet he insured himself against achieving it. What was the goal?
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  • This is the true story from Japan. The man easd a keen golfer and his lifelong ambition was to score a hole in one. But this would prove very expensive as the custom at his golf club was that anyone who scored a hole in one had to buy all the other members a drink.

39)
Ornithologists now agree that there is a very good reason why birds’ eggs are generally narrower at one end than the other. What is the reason?
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  • A spherical or oval egg would roll in a straight line. How-ever, an asymmetrical egg, which is narrower at one end than the other, will tend to roll in a circle. (Try it with a normal hen’s egg.) if the eggs are on a cliff edge or other precarious place, the tendency to roll around rather than straight is a distinct advantage.

40)
A landowner boasted that nobody could enter his orchard because of the fierce dog he had guarding it. How did a crafty boy safely gain entrance without damaging the dog in any way?
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  • The boy brought along with him a female dog in heat. He released this dog into the orchard and the guard dog was thereby distracted.