# Math

Two fathers and two sons go fishing. Each of them catches one fish. So why do they bring home only three fish?

# Math

One out of 9 otherwise identical balls is overweight. How can it be identified after 2 weighings?

# Math

If you had five mangoes and two bananas in one hand and two mangoes and four bananas in the other hand, what would you have?

# Math

Placed above it makes greater things small. Placed beside it makes small things greater. In matters that counts it always comes first. Where others increase it keeps all things the same. What is it?

# Math

If it takes four rat catchers four minutes to kill four rats, how many rat catchers would be needed to catch 50 rats in 50 minutes?

# Math

In olden days, the student of logic was given this problem: If half of 5 were 3, what would one-third of 10 be?