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A certain type of bacteria double every second. If we put one bacterium in a Petri dish, the dish will fill in 1 minute. How long will it take to fill the dish, if we start with 2 bacteria? 


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Two incense sticks 
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27.12.2009 

You have two incense sticks, that burn unevenly, and a lighter. Each
will burn for an hour. How can you time 45 minutes using nothing but
these tools. 


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A Megamind owns a mint with a 100 workers. Each day, he gives 1kg of
gold to each worker, and each worker must make 100 coins (10 grams
each). The Megamind learnt that one nof the workers is a forger, he
makes coins that are 1g lighter. How can Megamind determine the forger
using only one weighing? The scales can determine the total weight, up
to 100 kg. 


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A Megamind has two coins that are jointly worth 15 cents. One coin is
not a nickel. What are these coins?



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You have 8 coins that appear to be identical, except one (which is
counterfeit) is slightly heavier than the others. What is the
minimal number of weighings on the balance scale that is required to
find the counterfeit coin? 


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A Megamind has two bags and 100 M&Ms. He needs to put all the candies
into the bags so that one bag has twice as many
M&Ms as the other. He cannot split the M&Ms. What should the Megamind do? 


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There is true expression on panel. But only one pixel is defective. Which one?



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Florida  n, New York  r, Texas  n, Washington  ? 


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Can you describe five consecutive days without referring to weekdays or
days of the month? 


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A row of six glasses is on a table. Three full glasses are followed by
three empty glasses. Is it possible to make these glasses alternate:
full,empty full, etc by touching only one glass? 


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