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What loses its head in the morning and gets it back at night?
The giraffe is taller than the kangaroo but shorter than the palm.
Which animal is the tallest?
It flies, but it is not a bird. Choose all the answers that fit.
A father's child, a mother's child, yet no one's son.
Who am I?
I am white and I am black.
I am fast and I am not fat.
I confuse many people with my style.
Who am I?
Today Tim has turned 1, and Martha has turned 1 month.
How much older than Martha is Tim?
All fruit of the same type have the same price. What is the price of an orange?
Add the right symbols.
A few sheets were torn out of a magazine: from page 3 to page 8. How many sheets were torn out?
In the picture there are Charlie, Kate and Phoebe. The girls are not
standing next to each other.
What mask is Charlie wearing?
Keira, Clarissa, and Olive are not relatives. Keira and Clarissa have brothers,
and Olive has a sister. Clarissa and Olive are the youngest in their families,
and Keira is the oldest in hers.
Who of them has an elder brother?
Today is neither Sunday nor Wednesday.
Tomorrow is not Sunday or Wednesday.
Yesterday was not Friday.
Monday was not the day before yesterday, neither was Sunday.
Which day of the week is today (Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday or Sunday) if one of the statements is false?
The professor was driving to his out-of-town laboratory at a consistent speed
(not faster than 90 km/h).
At one moment the meter showed 16961 km of mileage. In exactly 2 hours the number on the meter once again showed a number that reads the same in both directions.
At what speed (km/h) was the Professor driving?
There are four floors in the building.
The higher the floor, the more people live there.
Which floor does the elevator go to most often?
Find the smallest even four-digit number written with four different digits.
The elevator can carry no more than 6 adults or no more than 9 children.
What is the maximum number of children that can get into the elevator with 2 adults?
Write down the difference between the smallest four-digit number and the largest one-digit number.