Use your logical skills to solve this simple riddle. An Historic English literature exhibition centre has a unique way of charging its visitors. Each visitor has to pay based on a unique formula based on his country name. The charges for a person from the following countries are as follows; America: $1,800 Japan: $1,200 New

## WhatsApp FaceApp Riddle: Guess the Cricket Players

FaceApp photos are circulating again on WhatsApp with the feature of seeing oneself in the opposite sex. Here is a riddle where someone has taken efforts to check how cricket players would look if they were ladies. Look at the picture below and guess the cricket players from it. If you get the correct

## Counterfeit Note Riddle: How Much Loss Did the Shopkeeper make?

This seems like a very simple riddle but is a bit confusing so read it carefully think and then give the final answer. A lady buys groceries worth Rs.350 from a shop. (shopkeeper selling the goods with zero profit) The lady gives him a 2000 rs note. The shopkeeper gets the change from the next

## WhatsApp Riddle: Guess the Names of 20 Important World Capital Cities

The Names of 20 important world Capital cities are hidden in the clue phrases below. The Clues are based on how the syllables of the Capital Cities’ Names are (closely) spelt or (closely) pronounced. The Clues are a bit cryptic. e.g…… Devil’s den, go down… HELSINKI The growth is green and velvety, and the bovine

## Fun Riddles: Find the Missing Number in the Given Picture

Received this riddle on WhatsApp today, it seems very easy at the beginning but then the number 7 at the end of the riddle seems to be incorrect. The numbers below are arranged according to a certain rule. Once you have figured out the rule, find the missing number. The number 7 in the final

## Fun With Numbers Riddle: Find the Missing Number

Don’t forget to have fun with numbers, with this riddle you can have some quality time with your friends and family. Below you will see a series of equations, where the operator is used differently. Find the usage of the operator in the first 3 equations and then find the missing number in the last

## What Is the Highest Number You Can Possibly Score: 7 [?] 6 [?] 3 [?] 1 [?] 5 = ?

Have fun with numbers with this riddle. What is the highest number you can possibly score? 7 [?] 6 [?] 3 [?] 1 [?] 5 = [?] Working from left to right, calculate the numbers in the order shown (without using order of operation). Replace each question mark with a mathematical sign. Plus, minus, multiply