__HARDER QUIZ 1__

__question 1__

**Two men start from point X. They
walk in opposite directions for 4 metres and then turn left. They
then walk for a further 3 metres. What is the final distance
between the two men?**

__question 2__

**What is the next term in this
sequence?**

**A, E, F, H, I, K, _, _**

__question 3__

**Try this rhyme...**

**As I was going to St Ives, **

**I met a man with 7 wives**

**Every wife had 7 sacks, **

**Every sack had 7 cats,**

**Every cat had 7 kits;**

**Kits, cats, sacks and wives,**

**How many were going to St Ives?**

__question 4__

**You have a frying pan which will
take only 2 slices of bread at a time, and you wish to fry 3
slices, each on both sides. Since each slice takes 20 seconds for
each side, you can certainly fry them all in 80 seconds, by doing
2 pieces together and then the third. Can you do them more
efficiently?**

__question 5__

**When the express train from Bristol
to London is thundering towards London, some parts of the train
are, at one moment, moving back to Bristol - which ones?**

__question 6__

**Dave is younger than Fred, and older
than George**

**Alan is younger than Ian, and older
than Colin**

**Ian is younger than George, and
older than John**

**John is younger than Colin, but
older than Edward**

**Fred is younger than Barry, and
older than Harry**

**Harry is older than Dave**

**WHO IS THE YOUNGEST?**

__question 7__

**John has a house. Whichever window
he looks out of, he is facing south. He has windows on more than
one side of his house. How is this possible?**

__question 8__

**A man has 3 presents that he would
like to give to two fathers and two sons. If each of the people
gets one present, how did he manage it? He did not share any
presents and he did not break any!**

__question 9__

**What are the next two letters in
this sequence?**

**T, T, F, S, E, T, _, _**

__question 10__

**What number must be added to both
143 and 22 to make the two new numbers in the ratio 14:3?**