# Interesting

Interesting

### An interesting test

• Posted: 19/07/2023

1. Some months take 30 days , some have 31 days, how come there are 28 days in a month?

2. Your doctor gives you 3 medicines and advises you to take them half an hour apart, how long did it take you to finish all the medicine?

3. I sleep at 8 o'clock at night, I set my old clock to ring at 9 o'clock in the morning. What time will I sleep?

4. What happens when you divide 30′ in half and add 10 to it?

5. A man had 17 sheep. Due to a transient illness in the flock, 9 of them fell ill. got sick and the rest died. How many sheep does the man have?

6. You have only one match, inside one gas lamp, one gas stove and You entered a cold, dark room with a candle... Which one would you light first?

7. There were 3 apples...I took 2, how many apples do I have?

8. How many of each animal did Moses buy for his ark?

9. You drive a bus with 43 passengers from Chicago, 7 passengers in Pittsburgh got on, 5 passengers got off. In Cleveland, 8 passengers disembarked, 6 passengers disembarked and 4 new passengers boarded. What was the driver's name when he arrived in Philadelphia 20 hours later?

RATING 9 salt answers - Einstein level 8 correct answers – A person with a bad psychology who does not get along with others 7 flat cavab – Engineer 6 correct answers – University student 5 correct answers – School Boy 4 correct answers – Elementary student < /span> 3 correct answers - Elementary teacher 2 correct answers – University professor 1 correct answer – MP 0 correct answers – Citizen

after you finish the questions, you can look at the answers below, but remember that you will be cheating yourself anyway

ANSWERS 1. All months have 28 days 2. 1 hour 3. 1 hour because there was no difference between day and night in old clocks 4. 70 would do, because halving actually meant multiplying by 2 5. 9 live sheep 6. before everything, it was necessary to light a match 7. 2 apples 8. Zero, it was Noah, not Moses, who took animals to his ark 9. You were the driver

How did you answer the question correctly? (sincerely)

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