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IQ Test Answers

The following are the answers for the
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Q 1: A man walks into a bar and asks the bartender for a glass of water.  The bartender pulls out a gun and points it at the customer.  The customer says thank you, tips the bartender and walks out.  Why?

A: The Stranger had the hick-ups.


Q 2: How far can you run into a forest?

A: Half way because then you'd be running out.


Q 3: Do they have a 4th of July in England?

A: Yes, all countries recognize the forth of July along with the 5th, 6th, 7th...

    Q 4: How many birthdays does the average man have?

A: One. For instance, my birthday is April 15th - Tax day.

    Q 5: Some months have 31 days.  How many have 28?

A: All do, it's just that February is the only one with 28 days (with the exception of Leap Year when it has 29).

    Q 6: Regarding baseball - How many outs are there in an inning?

A: Six, three per team per inning.

    Q 7: Can a California man legally be married to his widow's sister?

A: No, he's dead (...his widow...)

    Q 8: Divide thirty by .5 and add ten. What is the answer?

A:  70. Dividing by half is the same as multiplying by 2.  Try it on a calculator.

    Q 9: If there are three apples and you take away two, how many do you have?

A: YOU have the two "you took away."

    Q 10: A doctor gives you three pills and tells you to take one every half hour.  How many minutes would the pills last?

A: Sixty minutes.  You will have taken one right when you got 'em, one thirty minutes later and the last one thirty minutes after that, sixty minutes.

    Q 11: A farmer has 17 sheep standing in a field and all but 9 drop down and die.  How many sheep are left standing?

A: "All but NINE..."

    Q 12: How many members of each animal did Moses take on the ark?

A: None, it was Noah who built the ark.

    Q 13: A clerk in a butcher's shop is 5' 10" tall, what does he weigh?

A: Meat (Butcher's shop).

    Q 14: How many two cent stamps are there in a dozen?

A: There are twelve in a dozen.

    Q 15: Looking out you notice every side of this house is facing South.  A bear walks by.  What color is the bear?

A: White, because you're at the North Pole and every direction except up is South.

    Q 16: A jet liner crashes RIGHT on the U.S. and Mexico border.  Would you bury the survivors in Mexico or the United States?

A: You don't bury survivors.

    Q 17: Everyday a man leaves his 20th floor apartment via the elevator, but when he comes home he gets off at the 16th floor and walks up the rest of the floors.  Why?

A: He's a midget and can't reach the top button.

    Q 18: You're driving a bus and pick up 3 people at the first stop.  At the second stop you pick up 2 and drop off 1.  Three get on and 1 gets off at the next stop.  At the last stop you drop off 2 and pick up 4 more. What's the name of the bus driver?

A: "YOU are driving the bus..."

    Q 19: Let's say you went to bed at eight o'clock in the evening and wound up your clock and set the alarm to sound at nine o'clock in the morning.  How many hours of sleep would you get before waking to the alarm?

A: One hour.  It's a wind up alarm clock which cannot discriminate between a.m. and p.m.

    Q 20: If you had only one match and entered a COLD and DARK room, where there was an oil heater, an oil lamp, and a candle, which would you light first?

A: You have to light the match first.

    Q 21: According to the Bible, where was Paul (the apostle) going on the road to Damascus?

A: To Damascus.

    Q 22: Three men have $10 each.  Together they decide to purchase a radio for $30.  They leave the store and the clerk realizes the radio was on sale for $25.  The clerk decides to refund the $5 and chases after the three guys.  The clerk then realizes he can't give $5 to three guys evenly, so he pockets $2 and gives each of them a $1 refund.

If the three guys each got a dollar back, that means they paid a total of $9 each, which equals $27 total for the radio.  If they paid $27 dollars and the clerk only has $2 in his pocket, then they only paid $29 for the radio.  What happened to the extra dollar?

A:  You can argue both sides logically. There is no answer because each argument is correct. I've decided the only logical answer is that the clerk should be fired!

    Q 23:  You have two buckets.  One is a three gallon bucket and the other is a five gallon bucket.  You must measure out four gallons using only the two buckets...and you cannot use fractions (i.e. half a gallon, etc.).  How do you measure out exactly four gallons using only the two buckets?  (It can be done).

A: First, fill the three gallon bucket with water and empty into the five gallon bucket.  Second, fill the three gallon bucket with water again and top off the five gallon bucket--leaving one gallon left in the three gallon bucket.  Third, empty the FIVE gallon bucket and pour the remaining one gallon of water from the three gallon bucket into the five gallon bucket.  Finally, fill the three gallon bucket and pour the water into the five gallon bucket.

Voila! As a result, you should have four gallons of water in the five gallon bucket.

    Q 24:  You have a small boat, a wolf, a chicken and several large bags of chicken feed.  You must get the animals and the feed from side A of a river to side B but can only take one load at a time (i.e. only the wolf, only the chicken...).  In what sequence will you accomplish your task without exposing the chicken to the wolf and the feed to the chicken?  (You need to prevent the chicken and the feed from being eaten--it can be done).  You can't kill any of the animals.

A: First you take the chicken from side A to side B of the river.  Second, you take the wolf from side A to side B and pick up the chicken from side B and take it back to side A. Then you drop off the chicken on side A, pick up the feed and transport it to Side B.  You drop off the feed on side B and go back to side A for the chicken--and successfully transport all three without the feed or the chicken being eaten.

    Q: 25.  A sheriff in the old west enters a room with a table, four chairs, 52 bicycles scattered about, and a puddle of water around a dead man's body.  There is no sign of a weapon except for the fatal stab wound on the corpse. What happened?

A: A cowboy was caught cheating at poker (52 cards - bicycle brand), stabbed and killed with an icicle which later melted (the puddle of water).

    Q: 26.  How many coins does it take to make 55 cents (US currency) if one of the coins is NOT  a quarter? (no coins are a 50 cent piece)

A: Three coins.  One coin is not a quarter, but the other two are quarters; so you have one nickel and two quarters.

    Q: 27.  How many letters in "the alphabet?"

A: There are 11 letters in "the alphabet."  Did you answer 26?  The two words that make up the phrase "the alphabet" has 11 letters.

    Q: 28.  Which state of the U.S.A. is surrounded by the most water?

A: The U.S. state with the most water surrounding it is Hawaii.  The most common wrong answers include Florida, Maine, California and Alaska.

    Q: 29.  You are running in a foot race and you pass the person in second place. What place would you be in now?

A: You just passed the person in second place, so they are now in third and you're in second.

    Q: 30.  A man and his son are involved in an auto accident and the man dies as a result.  The son is rushed to a hospital where the doctor on duty announces "I can't operate on this boy because he's my son."  How is this possible?

A: The doctor is the boy's mother.

Q: 31.  How can there be two fathers and two sons fishing in a boat with only three men in the boat?  That is to say, there are only three men fishing in a boat but there are two sons and two fathers in the same boat (at the same time).  How can this be true?

A: One of the men is the father to the second man (the third man's grandfather);  The second man is both a father to the third man and a son to the first man;  The third man is the son of the second man.  That's how three men can make it possible for two fathers and two sons to be in a boat with only three men.

    Q: 32.  Consider what goes into a toaster--toast. Say silk five times fast. Consider what cows drink--water. If a red house is made of red bricks, a blue house is made of blue bricks, a black house is made of black bricks and a pink house is made of pink bricks, what is a green house made of?

A: Glass





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