Q14: One cat had three kittens: January, March and May. What was the name of the mother?
Q15: James flies out of a plane without a parachute. He survived. As?
Q16: If it had taken eight months to build a wall, how long would it take to build it?
Q17: How can a man spend eight days without sleeping?
Q18: The Bay of Bengal is in what condition?
Question 19: Where would Lord Rama have celebrated his “first Diwali”?
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A1 concrete floors are very hard to break!
A3- The selected candidate replied: “I will not have a better match for my sister than you, sir.
A4- It is not mentioned if you can use this method (15 – 9) + (13 – 7) + (7 – 1) + (9 – 1) + (13 – 9). If you solve the parentheses, you get the following equation: 6 + 6 + 6 + 8 + 4. If you add all these numbers, you get 30.
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A5- Jamie is a window cleaner who was tired after cleaning the windows on the 45th floor and jumping into the building.
The equation then becomes true: 545 + 5 = 550.
A7- The third piece. Lions who have not died in three years are dead. Simple, right?
A8- Yesterday, today and tomorrow.
A9- The letter “e”, which is most commonly used in English, does not even appear in the paragraph.
A10- Girl – “I will be very excited and I will say goodbye to celebrate with my husband.”
A11- May is the name of the city.
A12- The peacocks lay eggs.
A14- What? He said “WHAT” was the name of the mother.
A15- The plane was on the tarmac.
R16- No time is already set up.
A19- People will start to think about Ayodhya, Mithila (Janak Place), Lanka and so on. But the logic is that Diwali was a famous Lord Krishna who killed Narakasura. In Dusavataar Krishnavathaar comes to Raamavathaar. Lord Rama Diwali would not have celebrated at all!