Thursday, May 1, 2008

Overdue brain teasers

I haven't done brain teasers in a while, so here are a few to get us back on track:________________________ 1. How much mud (measured in liters) is there in a rectangular hole 2 meters wide, 3 meters long, and 3 meters deep?_______________________________ 2. What two two-digit numbers are each equal to their right-most digit squared?______________________ 3. Each of the following words contains the letters NOV (There may be more than one of each of those letters, but they are not shown.) ______________________ Using the definitions, fill in the words. _____________ A dispute or argument: _ _ N _ _ OV_ _ _ _.________ An astronomical feature: _ _ _ _ _ NOV_.__________ New or original: _ _ NOV_ _ _ _ _._______________ 4. What special quality does this limerick possess?_____ When an expert burlesque queen named Maizy, _____ Stripping velvet, became very lazy,______________ She would quickly exhibit just one jeweled explicit,__ Gliding off from the jokesters like crazy.__________ There, that should keep you busy for a while.________ And sorry for the lines, my layout is acting weird.


Nancy said...

I don't have the time to figure out the others now, but the first one is None.

lekiM said...

1. Assuming that the hole is a whole hole and not a half or partial whole, the whole hole should be empty. Therefore no mud.
2. 25 and 36
3. Controversy, Supernova, Innovative
4. the alphabet is there three times

Della Hill said...

Correct. There is no mud in an empty hole.
Correct, correct, correct, and correct.
How did you figure all of those out?
Does the army need to give you more work to keep you busy?