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  • 1. BRAIN TEASERS SLIDEAS!
  • 2.  
  • 3. 1:
    • If it takes 85 seconds to boil 2 eggs, how long will it take to boil 3 eggs?
  • 4. 2:
    • When does Chicago begin with a ‘C’, and end with an ‘E’?
  • 5. 3:
    • My neighbour has 4 daughters, and each has a brother – how many children does my neighbour have?
  • 6. 4:
    • What is it that, when you take away the whole, you have some still left?
  • 7. 5:
    • How many times can you take 9 apples away from 54 apples?
  • 8. 6:
    • Can you guess the next letter in this series…
    • CYGTNLIT…?
  • 9. 7:
    • What do female elephants have that no other female animal has?
  • 10. 8:
    • What is the last thing you take off each night before you get into bed?
  • 11. 9:
    • How is it possible to make this sum correct?
    • 5 – 2 = 4
  • 12. 10:
    • Sally bets John she can jump from a 10 storey building to the concrete floor below and not injure herself. How does she win the bet?
  • 13. THE ANSWERS SLIDEAS!
  • 14.
    • The same time
    • Always – Chicago begins with a ‘C’, and end begins with an ‘E’
    • 5 – each daughter has the same brother
    • The word ‘wholesome’
    • Only once – because then you don’t have 54 apples left
    • ‘ S’ - the sequence is based on the initial letters of each word in the question
    • Baby elephants
    • Your feet from the floor
    • Write the number ‘5’ as a word using capital letters (FIVE) – then take the F and E away (minus 2) – which leaves IV – 4 in Roman numerals
    • Sally jumps from the ground floor onto the outside