




Valdy wrote:Thanks everyone for your input. I will also add the solution for the oceans here, even though the devs got it wrong.
Name the Oceans from the smallest to the largest
Answer: Smallest to largest:
Arctic Ocean
Southern Ocean
Indian Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Every time I answer this riddle in that order it tells me I'm incorrect. So I tried it in reverse order and it was incorrect. Then I try to mix up the order and it tells me I'm incorrect every time. Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong?







It is a bug  you have the right answer, but you'll just have to skip it.







Microbiology
The two bacteria fill the tube in 59 minutes.







Purse come, Purse Served
always comes out wrong on the kindle version. Just save yourself some films and skip the question. The correct answer should be 20.
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10
Letter count
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by AJAlv on Nov 25, 14 6:57 PM

Bookworm
Think of the volumes stacked on a shelf with spines toward you and volume 1 on the left.
...
The worm starts on page one, but the first thing it eats is the front cover of volume 1, then the back cover of volume 2. It doesn't eat the back cover or pages of volume 1. Same thing happens on volume 10. Answer is 40.5cm.







The riddle Lequais and Lequais  how many men Lequais 1 has under his command, the answer is that they both have 6 men.







For the "It lives in a cave and sleeps upside down." puzzle
The answer is not a bat, but a candle.







I can't get past the ocean question, even though i answer it correctly
Arctic Ocean
Southern Ocean
Indian Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
What should i do??
If the answer is wrong, can anyone give me the correct answer  thank you






by burf90 on Oct 1, 15 8:41 AM

EllaMaria92 wrote:I can't get past the ocean question, even though i answer it correctly
Arctic Ocean
Southern Ocean
Indian Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
What should i do??
If the answer is wrong, can anyone give me the correct answer  thank you
Hi, EllaMaria92. Welcome to the pond!
If you look a few posts above yours, you'll find that you are correct. However, the game has a glitch and you can't ever get this one right. Your only way to get past this puzzle is to skip it.







skyepearl wrote:
1. The cost of the Postcard ($110 total cost of 2 items, item 1 is $100 more than item 2. How much is item 2?)
2. The age of the Son (Total of ages is 26, mom is 20 years older than son. How old is son?)
Gut reaction made me want to say $10 & 6 years old! But, that would be incorrect.
It's always half of the difference.
Postcard: $110$100 =$10, divided by 2 = $5
Son: 2620 =6, divided by 2 = 3 yrs old.
The postcard is $5 & the boy is 3 years old.
If the boy were 6 then the mom would have to be 20. Then she isn't 20 years older. She's only 14 years older. So it can't be true. He is 3 & she is 23. 23 +3= 26 & she is 20 years older than her son. Same applies to the Postcard puzzle & any other puzzle of this kind. Hope that helps & doesn't further confuse. lol
I did the postcard on 10 dollar and it was correct.
I do not understand the explaination about the age of the son..
together 26, mother 20 years older, makes 6 in my book ^_^
Was wrong and now I have to use some film rolls i do not have
Greetz






by burf90 on Oct 2, 15 2:26 PM

Silvana85 wrote:I did the postcard on 10 dollar and it was correct.
I do not understand the explaination about the age of the son..
together 26, mother 20 years older, makes 6 in my book ^_^
Was wrong and now I have to use some film rolls i do not have
Greetz
If the son is 6 and the mother is 20 years older, then she is 26. But the puzzle says the boy's age PLUS the mother's age is 26. 6 + 26 = 32, not 26.
Skyepearl is correct. The boy is 3 and the mother is 23. That satisfies both conditions for the puzzle:
Puzzle: Total of ages is 26, mom is 20 years older than son. How old is son?
3 (boy's age) + 23 (mom's age) = 26 (boy's + mom's age)
23 (mom's age)  3 (boy's age) = 20
If $10 worked for you on the postcard puzzle, then that's great and saved you some films. But again, Skyepearl is correct  the postcard is $5.
If item 2 (postcard) is $10, then item 1 is $110, because it must be $100 more: $10 + $100 = $110 for item 1. So, the total of both is $120, not $110 as the puzzle states. But if the postcard is $5, then item 1 is $105, and that satisfies both conditions for the puzzle:
Puzzle: $110 total cost of 2 items, item 1 is $100 more than item 2. How much is item 2?
$105 + $5 = $110 and $105  $5 = $100 difference.
Edited on 10/02/2015 at 2:38:41 PM PST






