# Blue, red, green

Use arithmetic logic to solve the following problem:

There are a mixture of red, green and blue balls in a bag. The total number of balls is 60.

There are four times as many red balls as green balls; and 6 more blue balls than green balls.

How many balls of each color are there?

Blue = 15
Rred = 36
Green = 9

# the wizard

A 6-foot tall wizard held a water glass above his head.He dropped it to the floor, and no water came out. How did this happen??

There was no water in the water glass.

# Add it up

Two American coins add up to thirty cents, but one of them is not a nickel. What coins are they?

A quarter and a nickel. One of them is not a nickel, and that?s the quarter.

# Unusual Paragraph

This is an unusual paragraph. I’m curious how quickly you can find out what is so unusual about it? It looks so plain you would think nothing was wrong with it! In fact, nothing is wrong with it! It is unusual though. Study it, and think about it, but you still may not find anything odd. But if you work at it a bit, you might find out! Try to do so without any coaching!

The sentence doesn't contain the letter 'e'.

# Electric train

If an electric train is going north to south and the wind is blowing east to west where will its smoke go?

nowhere because electric trains do not have smoke.

# How many am I?

My first is a number, my second another,

And each, I assure you, will rhyme with the other.

My first you will find is one-fifth of my second,

And truly my whole a long period reckoned.

Yet my first and my second (nay, think not I cozen),

When added together will make but two dozen.

How many am I?

four score