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Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.

 

Puzzle ID:#2180
Fun:** (1.99)
Difficulty:** (1.33)
Category:Logic
Submitted By:Sinead
Corrected By:aprilsprings29

 

 

 



If it took 5 seconds for one popper to pop, 5 seconds for two poppers to pop, 5 seconds for three poppers to pop, 5 seconds for four poppers to pop, how many seconds would it take for 100 poppers to pop?


Answer

5 seconds. They all go at the same time!
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Comments

(user deleted)
Mar 12, 2002

easy one
Sane**
Jan 31, 2005

It is way too easy with the extra information. You should have just made it:

If it took 5 seconds for one popper to pop, many seconds would it take for 100 poppers to pop?

Either way, isn't this more of a trick question?
GABALLA06Aus*
Jul 07, 2007

Sane, if he made it that way, then the normal person would think: "ok, so it took 5 seconds for one, then 5 times 100 will be 500 seconds for 100 poppers." i liked the teaser very much!!!! It got me!
NoriMori
Jan 22, 2015

This isn't even a riddle.

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